Pension-Garni Dum Anna

Dekanska 11/269, Prague, Bohemia, 14000, Czech Republic | Pension

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Why do we dance tango

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

I have been thinking a lot lately why people dance tango.I am working on a little project now which helps me to understand it a bit..We live in a hectic times,we fight,we abuse ourselves,our bodies..We compete in our society,stronger wins.We wear masks and we are forgetting our child like nature.We are forgetting who we are.We have to be strong,we have to be on top of things.We surely have to make living and secure our families.We study.We want to ...

Changing of the Guards

A travel blog entry by danielpinno


... that we are very religious! But sometimes the architecture and ornaments can be quite stunning as well. Unlike the churches in Germany, all of them here charge an entry fee.

We only had 15 minutes to rush up the hill to see the changing of the guard, but because we are so fit we made it there early! There was a large crowd of people swarming around the front gate and one poor guard had to make a way through the middle of them so the other guards could march in. ...


A travel blog entry by christinakrawec


... not dying of heat, we would have enjoyed the Czech countryside much more. It was beautiful, don’t get me wrong. We passed gorgeous green plains and little farmhouses and plenty of small towns. However, the heat soon sapped our energy and we spent a while quietly contemplating our trip.

A few hours in, Robbie and I decided to explore. Each of the connecting areas between the train cars was rather bare and I could see the ground speeding ...

Damn hot 3, insert not funny movie sequel name

A travel blog entry by billhall


... with rusty roofs, something never seen in the countries we've been to before. This is my first journey to an eastern bloc country, and I am acutely aware of the differences.

As we get closer to Prague, I notice differences in what I see from my window. Things are more modern. We just passed through a town called Pardubice. Frank tells me it is mostly chemical factories and manufacturing. You notice the suburbs to town as we leave. ...

Czech it out

A travel blog entry by jcleiker3


... Prague Castle proclaimed Bohemia and Moravia a German protectorate. For most of its history, Prague had been a multi-ethnic city with important Czech, German and (mostly Czech- and/or German-speaking) Jewish populations. From 1939, when the country was occupied by Nazi Germany, and during World War II, most Jews were deported and killed by the Germans.

In 1942, Prague was witness to the assassination of one of the most powerful men in Nazi ...


This pension, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Prague, is near Vysehrad National Cultural Monument, Zizkov TV Tower, The Globe, and Zizkov.
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