Mihael Pension

Nad Palatou 31, Prague, Bohemia, 15000, Czech Republic | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Party in Prague

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Dec 13, 2013

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... Prague!! First stop were the Xmas markets in the old town, they were just awesome!!! Such a beautiful old city lots of gothic type buildings. The markets were full on, amazing food and most importantly lots of mulled wine and oh so cheap!!!! We spent the morning mooching around drinking mulled wine, eating donuts and kransky sausages and chips and deep fried bread way too tempting. In the middle of the square is the famous astronomical clock, we ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 06, 2013

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... be very popular with the locals. We had wanted to try a few dishes and so ordered a few of what we assumed would be small dishes judging by the price. When the waitress came to deliver our meal the food just kept coming and we ended up feasting like queens from what I swear could have fed a small army. We certainly got to try a selection of the local cuisine and beer for what would have cost the same as a Big Mac Combo in the UK. I ...

Walking Around The City

A travel blog entry by britanne on Oct 05, 2013

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... behind the tents. If only I walked ten more yards. I left most of the bowl of potatoes on the bench for a homeless person to pick up. After dinner, we go to look for the John Lennon Wall. We did find a "Before I Die..." wall, which is a wall where you write what you want to do before you die in chalk. We walked around for awhile and never found the Lennon wall. We go back over the Charles Bridge and the city is so cool all lit up! It ...

Perceptions of Prague Part One

A travel blog entry by kate.till on Aug 02, 2013

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... Jan Kerel and Zdeněk Holzel. There was a bronze strip that ran down the center, which displayed estimated numbers of those impacted by communism. I was particularly effected by this monument; the statues depicted the decaying of the Czech Republic due to Communism.

Henni also took us to The John Lennon Wall. It is a giant wall of graffiti, which was began shortly after Lennon's assassination in the 1980s. The wall is constantly changing, ...

Rain, Rain Go Away!

A travel blog entry by bobbstravels on Jun 02, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

We woke early (4am) to the sound of thunder. Pretty much the day didn't get any better weather wise. We braved the rain and cold and joined a walking tour. Our tour guide, Pavel, was a lovely Prague man who showed us the old town, new town, Jewish quarter and Prague Castle in showery rain and 12 degrees. All so interesting and steeped ...

 

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