Pension Karel

Muteninska 1119/23, Prague, Bohemia, 155 00, Czech Republic | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Prague

A Whirlwind of a First Day!

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 22, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... a small café before dinner for our first Czech beer. The weather couldn't have been more perfect and we all enjoyed sitting in the sunshine with a cold beer chatting with the wait staff.

Just now as I'm writing this I realized something. In all my guidebooks I was warned that the service in the Czech Republic is adequate but unfriendly. I have to say that is the opposite from what we experienced today. I'm going to credit Grandpa for that. I think he could have an ...


A travel blog entry by sophevans on Oct 11, 2013

16 photos

... tea and waited for them to come home. Once we were reunited and everyone had showered, we left the hostel to find something for dinner. Somehow Natan led us back to the main square, and we chose a restaurant where we could watch the buskers and all the people walking around. I managed about half of my meal - progress! On the way home I bought some postcards and stamps (which cost 5 times more than the actual postcards), then we sat around in ...

Kutna Hora - oh the horror!

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Oct 05, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... San Fran and my moms away from home. They got me ginger ale, bread, directions to my hostel, and even walked me back there. They actually offered to get me a hotel room so that I could be more comfortable and have my own bathroom. I cried my eyes out at their generosity and comfort. I chose to stay in my hostel and to get some good sleep. I promised I would check in with them tomorrow. Seriously these women were saints and super cool. I will never forget ...

Side trip to Kutna Hora and on to Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Jul 23, 2013

Temp. 33 It was so hot today we decided that some extra driving in the air conditioning might be good so took a side trip to Kutna Hora before heading off to Cesky Krumlov. Dumb idea! In the 14th century, Kutna Hora was as important as Prague due to rich silver deposits. Now it's just a beautifully preserved medieval town that managed to heat up to 39 degrees as we walked around. We ate at a true Bohemian style outdoor pub, sitting up at huge wooden plank tables and ...

Last day in prague

A travel blog entry by lupah on Jun 16, 2013

5 photos

... way to the Jewish cemetery. The Jews had been quarinenteened after the pope declared that they should not live with Catholics and this led the people to wall off a section of town and force the Jews to live there. They only had one spot to bury people, and over a period of time, they placed about 6000 headstones in the cemetery and buried over 100000 people there. This was also a very heart wrenching museum with the names of every Jew from Prague killed in the Holocaust. It was a ...