Church Pension

Address: Jungmannova 9, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | Inn
 
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      Pilsners, Pork and Pragas

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... wanted to see one Synagogue which holds children’s drawings from the nearby concentration camp of Terezin however you have to buy a full entry ticket and with limited time a rather absurd entry price we decided to forego this experience.Instead we headed for lunch which Brendon had been looking forward to his entire stay, the famed Czech pork knee, Shaylee opted for the far more conservative soup option.Thinking we had plenty of time before our tour we ended ...

      Praha!

      A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... about the bike. But you know there was no way Dan was forgetting his precious project. There we were at the Prague bus station with two huge bags (which aren't that big in comparison to all the bags we have seen on this trip surprisingly enough) and this bike. We were attempting to put re-strap on Dan's bag to the luggage rack of the bike and we were not having any luck doing so. An Asian lady who spoke no language we understood or could guess was watching ...

      Top Deck - Prague 2

      A travel blog entry by clairwyn on Jul 12, 2014

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      Slept in after our big night out. Caught a tram to the city and ate a spiral donut cooked on coals. Went shopping. Clothes are cheaper than Australia. Visited the Sex Machine Museum which was hilarious. Contained medieval and Victorian era contraptions. Had a cruisy day and listened to buskers in Old Town. Had a look inside the church Disney based its castle from. Exhausted, we came home and ...

      Overwhelmingness

      A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 11, 2014

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      ... lingual, but there are sooooo many of them!
      The other two stores that I repeatedly saw were marionette stores and glassworks stores. I do have to say that while some of the marionettes were cute or looked like Disney's Pinocchio, some of them were pretty creepy. I know Prague is famous for Marionetter Theater, but I actually didn't know it was famous for its glass.
      I did know it was famous for having an exciting clock at town hall. I ...

      Return to my favourite city

      A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Jan 09, 2014

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      Thursday 9/1With a few hours to spare before going climbing in the afternoon, Betty and I headed into town and visited St Cyril & Methodius Church, which was in 1943 (?) the venue for the last stand of a small group Czech paratroopers, now national heroes. These paratroopers, who had fled the country before its capitulation to Nazi Germany in the early days of WWII, were part of Operation Anthropoid, a successful assassination of Reynard Heineich, the Nazi ...