U Jezulatka Prague

Praha 1 - Mala Strana, Prague, Bohemia, Prague, Czech Republic | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague organized tour

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... and the bad news was that she had a singing contract and would not be able to meet with us. However, we have kept in touch all these years, and she invites me to her ...

PRAGUE!!

A travel blog entry by lapower

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... from Prague, as does the famous Absinthe - also known as "The Green Fairy" due to its high alcohol content (60%) and herbs giving it its Hallucinogenic properties. To give you an idea... Van Gogh has been drinking absinthe when he cut off his ear!!

Arriving in Prague we had a short tour of the city followed by dinner and a few quiet drinks at the Hostel before heading to bed. Many people chose to ...

Dorothy we are not in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by ericandrod

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... smaller than Budapest and very narrow cobblestone streets the orderliness of Vienna has fallen by the wayside. There is something to see at every turn.

We arrived in late afternoon and walked around the area of the hotel, took a stroll across the Charles Bridge and had a bite to eat. The evening allowed the light of buildings to be visible along the ...

Praha, Česká republika: Week 4

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09

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We also rented some bikes and rode around the hills around Prague and stumbling upon really cool gardens and parks that probably belonged to the Czech king a long time ago. The park also had a metronome that was 50 feet tall and was supposedly #3 on the top 10 sights of Prague - just one of the many crazy things that the Soviets left behind 20 years ago that ...

Castles & Communism

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp

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... read before I judge though! This area was very crowded - very popular with women shopping at the tourist shops that now occupy the houses. We found an alleyway upstairs that lined the roofline of the houses, it was filled with suits of armour and weaponry. At the end of the street is the Daliborka Tower, which holds the dungeon. A suitably cold, dark place. The lower level has a bottle dungeon - only accessed only by a man-hole of sorts. Prisoners would be lowered into the bottle ...

       

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