Remi Hotel

Address: Holubova 2525/5, Prague, Czech Republic | Inn
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Sc day 2-Prague

A travel blog entry by caz1947 on Jun 30, 2014

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... the hotel via Charles Bridge which is an iconic symbol of the city. The old architecture is beautiful and very interesting, and some of the streets very narrow, hardly enough for a car. We sure covered some ground, and we were looking for a seat and foot rub when we returned to the hotel. 2 hour rest and we were off on another walk.... "The communist walk and beer tour" which was great fun. We caught the tube one way....visited 2 boutique beer breweries...caught the tram back to ...


A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jan 04, 2014

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... and a caption with the best guess on how they had been killed. Mostly axes to the head etc... so worth a look.

After that we caught the local train (a tiny little bus sized train on a different set of tracks) that took us into the centre. It's a really pretty old town so we strolled around the lanes and found a little cafe for some soup and bread for lunch. Seemed pretty touristy and the prices reflected that compared to the places we had been eating.

The other ...

Day 28 and 29 – Prague

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 30, 2013

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... there was a Toy Museum there, and we found it. Housed in an old building that used to be the Supreme Burgrave’s house, it was a bit underwhelming and overpriced. But we did see many dolls and action figures there and got to walk up four steep flights of stairs. From the windows of the Toy Museum, we could see the Golden Lane below, with its very old and picturesque pastel colored shops and dwellings. These buildings were once inhabited by ...


A travel blog entry by kevindoody on Jul 09, 2013

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... no utensils, so we ate with out hands atop our massive wooden table. It was awesome. We also spoke in old English accents the entire meal. Next, we walked across Charles Bridge, and over to the other side of the city to do some shopping. The heart of the city has many shopping malls, with a wide variety of shops. One in particular is pretty large. 5 stories! We met up with Dan and Erin at the mall, ...

Days and Nights in Prague 1

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhite on Jun 22, 2013

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... in theRomanesque style here and most are well preserved despite the tumultuous political climate. The first masonry under Prague Castle dates from the year 885. Legend says it was settled by prophetess and her husband. The area on which Prague was founded was composed mostly of the Germanic tribes. The Germanic tribes moved westwards and in the 6th century and the area was occupied by the migration of the Slavics. Prague Castle was founded in 1344, ...