Hotel Pawlovnia

Address: V Holesovickach 1401/5, Prague, 18200, Czech Republic | Inn
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This inn, located in the Praha 8 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Veletrzni Palace (National Gallery), and Krizikova Fontana.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Let's Czech it Out!

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 24, 2015

11 photos

... the river and to the churches, townhouses and museums were stunning. Just a shame we were constantly having to steer out of the way of groups stopping dead to take yet another picture with a selfie stick. Le sigh. Eventually, we made it to the other side amongst the swarm to what appeared to be the tourist shopping district with souvenir shops everywhere we looked. It seemed you could buy anything imaginable here with the word ‘Prague’ on it, from ...

Prague Day 3 - Prague Spring

A travel blog entry by deniseyan on Feb 23, 2015

27 photos

... 21205;,& #34987;稱為「布 拉格之春」 ;。可惜,8ć 76;20日深夜,&# 34311;聯的5000輛ß 74;克開進了 331;塞斯拉斯 4291;場(Wenceslas Sqare),「布&# 25289;格之春」& #65288;Prague Spring)宣告失& ...

Welcome to Porkopolis

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... got a yummy Mongolian BBQ lunch.

After lunch we went for a wander and came across Prague's oldest bar, so of course we stopped for a drink. It was a beautiful art deco place, tiny! Loved it!

We got a bit of steam up and walked down to the old Jewish quarter and checked out the Jewish Museum and a number of Synagogues. The museum was quite an experience, it is a very simple monument to the people who "went missing" during the ...

Seeing the sights

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Aug 22, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

The first day started off quite cool and then warmed up later but not before dropping a heavy shower of rain right at lunchtime. We had a fantastic day walking from our very central base in Prague around to the Staromestke square where there were many buskers but a couple which caught our eye were two guys were playing old medieval instruments called dudysaks which sounded a little like the bagpipes. Great fun to listen to for a while. As it ...


A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 07, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... is how many words they have that are simply the English word with a "y" on the end. It's a very AussIE thing to add the "ie" sound to the end of things, and we do love a good barbie, so I immediately noticed that when we stayed at the last hostel that they advertised "rafty". Since then I've seen restaurant menus offering "toasty" (which is just toast, not an actual toastie), and Jess and my favourite, "steaky". The next thing on the to-do list was to walk across ...