Pension-Garni Dum Anna

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

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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Travel Blogs from Prague

Praha!

A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 14, 2014

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... When Dan took out money from the ATM he was asked if he wanted to take out 4,000 crowns. It definitely was a shocker to see. Anyhow... Back at the campsite we reheated our wings and drank some of our purchases then joined the campfire. Dan and I befriended two Czech guys who were messing with the fire who told us things about the country and how we are fine speaking English here. He said in Prague it's 60% English speakers and 40% Czech natives. It has been taken ...

Overwhelmingness

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 11, 2014

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... was hearing a lot of English. Most of the other patrons were clearly tourists as well.
The show itself (Don Giovanni) was done in a very cute manner. It was my first time at the opera, and I was very glad that there were puppets, or I admit that I probably would have left during the intermission from boredom. However, they used a Mozart puppet for comic relief between acts, which added some excitement. Also, I think they tried to make it as ...

Return to my favourite city

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Jan 09, 2014

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Thursday 9/1With a few hours to spare before going climbing in the afternoon, Betty and I headed into town and visited St Cyril & Methodius Church, which was in 1943 (?) the venue for the last stand of a small group Czech paratroopers, now national heroes. These paratroopers, who had fled the country before its capitulation to Nazi Germany in the early days of WWII, were part of Operation Anthropoid, a successful assassination of Reynard Heineich, the Nazi ...

A guided tour

A travel blog entry by cowling on Oct 05, 2013

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... interesting but probably not what the normal tourist in Prague would do. Having seen the hordes of people hanging round the tourist spots, I'm glad we did the tour. Oddly enough, if you moved a couple of streets away, the crowds completely disappeared.

After all that we had a quiet night, apart from my trek to the supermarket. They had fantastic dairy products so I bought quite a lot of those. Now we just have to eat them.


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Prague - day 2

A travel blog entry by rojaleca on Sep 16, 2013

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... at any moment). Len drove us on Prague's scary streets to a restaurant in an underground cavern, where Oli (his ex-wife 30 years his junior) met us. We had a lovely dinner. Len and Oli bickered. They share custody of a half-dead dog called Scruffy. Honestly, it was hilarious. Len and Anna dropped me back to my B&B after a lovely evening and now I have indigestion from the duck pâté I ate. Tomorrow, to Berlin. Last stop. Prague really is a lovely ...

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