U Jezulatka Prague

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

Goooood Moorningggg Prague!!

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on May 25, 2015

... was a Czech restaurant with a modern twist. We started with an entree of baked pretzel and marinated cheese, as well as a few beers!adam had a veal snitchel and I had duck confit covered in a dumpling with onion and a delicious jus. All of this was KN 675 (~€20!). We decided to wonder through old town after lunch. Unfortunately it rained a bit, but it was pretty light and stopped within 20 mins or so. The main square is incredible. It was so busy but also bustling with lots ...

Pilsners, Pork and Pragas

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 31, 2014

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... about 35mins for the Pork, the wait though was well worth it as 1.3kg of porky goodness was laid down in front of Porky himself.Delving into the tender flesh was amazing and for $12AUD Brendon wishes he could have one of these weekly, with time pushing on though and a massive portion to get through a couple of sandwiches were made and wrapped to enjoy later on.Our final tour in Prague was that of its famous castle which is in fact the largest castle complex ...


A travel blog entry by jonathonsnell on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 63 photos

... somehow I still wanted more drinks at each other bar we stopped at that night but overall it was pretty fun, ending at a five story club for the last stop that had different music on ever level. I didn't stay out too incredibly late since the pub crawl started at 8 but I did help a few other people from my hostel find there way back and then have about 5 glasses of water before going to sleep.

Today ...


A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Aug 10, 2014

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... Germany has no speed limits, so once the roadworks had ended and we got to turn around, I put my foot down and we were back on track in no time. Speaking of speed: I had the cruise control set to 150km/h (after the roadworks and heading for Prague) with most of the traffic still passing us, when a large BMW appeared in my rear-view mirror. It shot past us at what seemed like twice our speed. He was flying! When everyone is travelling that fast, it ...

Diary of a dancer- dancing with a German tanguero

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Jun 09, 2014

... and emotions about the whole German situation.

But I LOVE when I am proved wrong, my opinions turned upside down or changed by pure eperience.When my sometimes stuffy opinions are questioned, when I question them myself and when I learn something from it.

After last weekend in Leipzig, after few tandas in other parts of Germany and definitely after my blissful tanda last night I do know that the tango dancing is not pointing ...