Stag Pension

Liliova Street 18, Prague, Czech Republic | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague to Paris

A travel blog entry by dicktracey on Jul 04, 2014

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... by a guy singing and yodelling. Then back to the ship to continue on to Rudesheim. 13th July Mini train ride on the Winzerexpress to Siegfrieds Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum in the beautiful town of Rudesheim. The musical instruments date back several centuries and work on a similar basis as a pianola. Then off to he cable car up to the Niederwald Monument for a view over the valley. The cable stretched for over a kilometre over vineyards. Back to the town for ...

Day 2 - Exploring Old Town

A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 03, 2014

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We headed back to the Leonardo to freshen up before our dinner at Marina Grosseto. We had a fabulous view of Prague Castle from the restaurant. Three of us really enjoyed our meals, but Gary's first choice ...

Day 32: museums and concert

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 13, 2013

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... etc are doing these days though. Then we walked around a bit more down the river it was nice. Then went to the sex machines museum and yet it was disturbing as it sounds! Went for a drink then we split up and I went with the other girl to go buy me a ticket for tonight's concert. It is the best of musicals and the next one is classics with some opera. Hauled ass back to hostel then I left again. Concert ...

Everywhere you look there is something interesting

A travel blog entry by picaroon on Jul 11, 2013

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... The main stage has an opera playing in open air and the bubble makers are delighting the kids – including us old ones. Have never seen bubbles so big, easily bigger than either Phil and or I.

Made it to the Astronomical clock for the on the hour display and crowds. Not sure if we enjoyed watching the clock or peoples reaction and or interaction more.

Continued getting lost in the labyrinth of alley ways and lanes for a few hours and wandering weary legged home to ...


A travel blog entry by depaysement on Jun 09, 2013

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We were then led to a statue across the old square where we were told how Bohemia was created, the timeline of which being the main part of the tour. We were shown several places relevant to the journey from Bohemia to the Czech Republic as it is today, a lot of which was quite amusing largely due to the way our guide delivered the tour. After the tour Danny wanted to taste the tank beer we had learnt about, named so because it was delivered not ...

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