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KonEvova 28/29 , Prague, Bohemia, 130 00 , Czech Republic | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on KonEvova 28/29 , Prague, is near Nerodova Street, St. Agnes Convent (Klaster sv. Anezky Ceske), Metronome, and Old Royal Palace.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

The Defenestration of Prague

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 12, 2014

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... t been there long enough for it to do so. Also, I had never had it before (which is why I bought it), and didn't really like it. Probably if I added a bunch of sugar packets it would have been good, but as I got it, it wasn't that great.

I went back down the hill to the town, and thankfully, the markets were opening up so I could get some real food. Except all the junk food looked so good and I had never had some of it before, so my ...

Days 153 - 156: Czech Republic & Austria

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Oct 09, 2013

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... comparison to Paris or London). It was only in 1989 a revolution ended the rule of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (former name) and formed a democratic government. Our Czech tour guide said during that time you couldn't buy any anything that wasn't produced or made in Eastern Europe. Fruit and veges for example were only available a few times per year due to the weather and clothing such as jeans or brands like Coke and McDonalds were also not available. The ...


A travel blog entry by paulpenni on May 21, 2013

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We are at the second campsite on a spit of land sticking out into the river. A short walk from the site is a tiny ferry seating no more than four waiting to take people across the river to Prague. There's no hanging around - you approach the ferry, the ferryman gets up and holds the boat against the bank and in you get. A smidgin of agility is required. How those at the first site we passed get across I don't know. Presumably they catch a bus to take them to the tram stop, ...

Lesser Town? Oh Lesser Town!

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 28, 2012

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... of person you could imagine. We even ran into a bachelor's party where the groom was dressed in women's lingerie and a veil! Of course, we posed for pictures with them. Although the statues on the bridge are now copies (with the originals safely away), it is still a cool thing to do. At the end of the bridge opposite of Lesser Town is the road that will lead you to Old Town. There are tons of shops along this route, with everything for sale. It is ...

Getting to Prague from Poznan

A travel blog entry by 30challenge on Apr 04, 2012

... stepped in and I was able to explain I'd missed my train due to the lateness of the other train. I was refunded the 4 euro reservation fee as they couldn't book me a seat. But she assured me there were 40 unreserved seats.

Down on Gleis 2, another dreaded announcement - the Prague train was delayed by 15 minutes due to damages to a bridge! This was not a good day for me to travel.

When the train did pull in I found a seat in a 6 ...