Pension Bonsai

Nesmericka, 398, Prague, 19016, Czech Republic | Lodge
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This lodge is located in the Praha 21 area of Prague.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Sc day 2-Prague

A travel blog entry by caz1947 on Jun 30, 2014

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... Oh yea.....we also learned quite a bit of Czech history during the period of communism (Russian occupation). Very interesting and enjoyable afternoon. An hour to relax and get ready for dinner up near the palace. Delicious silver service 3 course dinner and of course the obligatory local musicians. A terrific night which we all enjoyed.. It was beaut to meet up with so many people going on the cruise. Although there will be many more, at least there will be a few familiar ...

Praaaaaaague

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jan 04, 2014

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... in Kutna Hora is the big church, St Barbara's, which was started in 1388. It dominates one end of town so had a look a the impressive outside and grounds but decided we had seen enough churches and was quite pricey to visit so just stayed outside. Back up through the old town and a stop at a bakery that specialised in tiny treats on the back to the station.

We had been told on the walking tour that the Czech Philharmonic playing at the Rudolfinum theatre was supposed ...

Day 28 and 29 – Prague

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 30, 2013

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... including the goldsmiths – hence the name “Golden Lane.” To walk on the Golden Lane, we would have had to purchase tickets for entry. After seeing that from the Toy Museum and finally finding the Star Wars collection on the top floor of the museum, we were ready to go.

We next started walking down a road that led down out of the castle through some gates. Descending from the peak of the hill, passed another scenic lookout ...

Ahoy!

A travel blog entry by kevindoody on Jul 09, 2013

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... around for a bit. There was a casino upstairs, so we went in, and Dan bet some money.. It was like 5 euro haha. We definitely wasted the lady's time, but it was pretty funny:p After looking around, we headed back to the hostel, and had a swim, and relaxed in the sauna. We then had some dinner, and then played some pool. After an hour of that, we headed to the bar for a couple hours and then went to ...

Days and Nights in Prague 1

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhite on Jun 22, 2013

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... t completed until the 20th century. Prague was an important seat for trading where merchants from all of Europe settled, including many Jews. Prague flourished during the 14th-century reign (1346–1378) of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and the king of Bohemia. He transformed Prague into an imperial capital and built the Charles Bridge to connect the right bank districts and castle area. Prague is much like Budapest with the river devising ...