Prague Golden Age

Address: Praha 1 - Stare Misto, Prague, Prague, Czech Republic | Inn
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This inn is located on Praha 1 - Stare Misto, Prague.
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Beautiful Prague

A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Aug 29, 2015

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... tour which was pretty lame but still enjoyable. So many Prague ghost stories involving the death of beautiful young girls.
Today, we taxied out to Vysehrad, the traditional home of the Czech kings. Founded by Vatislav I in the 10th century, it was a royal castle until overtaken by Prague castle. All that remains now are the ramparts, and the mini basilica of St Peter and St Paul, set in beautiful gardens. There was a wedding in the basilica, and the bells tolled ...


A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 22, 2014

Everyone ventured off on their one again today. I am getting exhausted trying to work out what best to do, so that we can cram as much of each city as we can in such a small amount of time. I think, if there is a next time we will do things a little differently. 3 days in each city is probably a minimum. But you live and learn. The tour basically just includes the accommodation and the transport between cities, which is fine and probably still good value for money. ...


A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Aug 28, 2014

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... We waiting out the storm and decided to head into town with Suz and Justin for our last dinner. It was nice to go out with another couple and have a dinner, the best thing was that Prague is really cheap, a lot cheaper than the other cities we've been too, so it didn't break the bank for us to go out and eat once in a while. It was a nice break from salami, bread, and cheese. Made it an early night because we had to catch the bus at 8:00am to Vienna. Love ...


A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 14, 2014

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... pedestrian area and changes from Old Town to New Town, so we quite enjoyed wandering around the quiet streets admiring the old buildings. The buildings in Prague seemed a bit different to other cities; most of them were quite light, pastel colours and they all seemed in pretty good nick and from around the same time period (we wondered if there hadn't been much fighting here in WWII?). We got to the Old Town Square and it was quite lovely to get to see the square, the Hall ...

Yet another flight, but this time to Fairyland.

A travel blog entry by haydos2014 on Jun 21, 2014

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... Merc pulls up to my layover hotel in Old Town (Hotel Century) and after being checked in by the lovely Lenka, I hit the room, shower up and then get back out to have a look around. I realised soon enough, that I had been awake for about 22 hrs and was exhausted. My headache was kicking me hard, so I squeezed in a Pork knuckle and a Pilsner Urquell before crashing about 8.30. The plan was to get up early and do as much as I could before I flew out for ...