Fort Zmrzlik

K Zadni Kopanine 182, Prague, Bohemia, 15500, Czech Republic | Inn
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Tango therapy

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

... smaller the community is the more intimate it gets. (Naturally)

Learnt that we all have our little tango stories to tell and I would love to hear it and write it all down.

Learnt that nearly all of us have fallen in love in tango community and nearly all of us got hurt, rejected.

Learnt that there are also "happy stories"and happy couples in tango community (Not that many, but.. there are. Thank godness)

Learnt that those ...

Prague castle and Segway Tour!

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989


... our tour. We grab a beer and a popular dish (couldn't tell you the name) and enjoy our dinner :). I also wanted to see this sight called "the dancing house" (Which is just this really cool looking house) so Steve and I decided to stop by and take a look. It is really pretty cool cause I don't think it is meant to have a straight edge on it at all. It was really cool looking! We pretty much head back and crash cause we were exhausted and had to travel the next ...

Discovering the Castle.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


... include the tombstone of the monastery founder Vratislav 1st, Baroque staircase from 1732, ceiling paintings from the 1500s and other wallpaintings and frescos.

Golden Lane is a row of tiny houses grouped together on the castle wall foundations. In 1597, Rudolph 2nd allowed Castle Gunners to construct their homes in the arcades. Over the years, each of these tiny dwellings were extended and coloured and personalised and, when the gunners eventually left and sold, ...

Czeching Out Prague

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian


... the (for some reason still functioning) Easter market. Jaclyn and I stopped by the Praha Hlavni Nadrazi (the train station, and final stop on our Mission: Impossible reality tour) and grabbed some pastries at Cukrarna Hajek before hopping on the bus back to Vienna. My only regret is that we didn't spend anther day or so there to take in some museums (the Museum of Torture Devices was particularly enticing) and, of course, to drink more absolutely fantastic Czech beer.

Woo Czech me out!!

A travel blog entry by trippingkiwi


... we had our local guide, Charka, on the bus who pointed out a few things on the way and filled us in on some of the history. The castle is pretty impressive and it stands out on the hill on the opposite side of the river to old town square. We went for a walk through into the Castle grounds and crossed into the church that had some pretty amazing stained glass windows!! you can't really go to far into the church itself as it is roped off unless you pay to go in. We ...

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