Travel Blogs from Prague
Met our guide Marketa at our hotel and planned the activities for the next days. Old and New Town walking tour today. Decided not to post umpteen pictures of old buildings, but for a few pics that I couldn't resist. (Don't forget to read the captions).
(It's a good thing I think I'm funny cause Carter does not like the subject line)
I think I melted with pleasure in Prague, loved this place! There is so much diverse history, architecture, and many beautiful sights to behold. I've included list of attractions that we checked while touring around the neighborhoods in a 1928 Model A Ford. …
This is an amazing city, I'm sad I have to leave today. The Charles Bridge is beautiful. The streets are filled with the friendliest people. Even dogs rule the joint here, being allowed in bars and cafes! We were lucky to enjoy some amazing dinners with scenic views, although I can't really say Czech cuisine is my favourite - I barely got down one plum dumpling. The buildings leave you ...
... Terezin became a town and people moved in.
However, the nazis saw it as the perfect location for a transit camp. It had two purposes. One was to hold the Jewish people and other captives while the nazis finished constructing the other death camps father east. The second was to serve as a "show camp" for the world to see and address suspicions about what was happening at the other camps.
They presented Terezin as a sort of oasis given to the jews for their management. ...
As we arrived in Prague I was feeling much better and keen to go out and have a good time. The blue suede shoes were coming out! This was good news given Prague is known for its Absinthe and Absinthe is what we had. This is why I don't remember much of the first night and why my head was still killing me as I wrote this entry. In short this is how the night progressed after we arrived at our hostel;
- Whiskey ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUnitas Hotel Prague
Spacious and well-appointed but an almost antiseptic decor.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.