Pension Corto Prague Castle

Nerudova str. No. 27, Prague, 1, Czech Republic | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Visiting Terezin

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 04, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... two per thousand actually survived the war.

What impressed us the most was how bizarre all this was-the need for the Germans to create this fiction, even to the point of making propaganda films to show how "happy" the Jews were. Saddest of all was the burden put on the Jewish Council, who were charged with the task of selecting people for transport. Most powerful was the artwork that ...

Day 52: Into the night

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 23, 2014

21 photos

... to see the view of the city before going for lunch. The top of the hill had a church call "St. Nicholas Church". There was an attached restaurant with a terrace over looking the city. The hill also had small walking trails for people to get closer in touch with nature within the city.

We passed by Charles Bridge and a bunch of shops just after. The bridge itself was full of artist selling goods and performing. It was pretty entertaining to just walk across. The shops ...

This place looks like a Disney princess land

A travel blog entry by kmscrc on Mar 27, 2014

... bit of a drive around the city to get oriented, then supper followed by a free night. for us . The group had the option of a black box theatre performance. Mimes and puppets...not my scene at all. So a few of us went to the rooftop terrace of a hotel just off the centre square for a few beer (the czech are really good at beer!) and some amazing views of Prague all lit up at night.

Today we were up and out to a ...


A travel blog entry by theworldisabook on Feb 14, 2014

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A beautiful, sunny day in Prague. Our only full day, so we'll be busy. We had pastries and coffee in our amazing apartment before heading out to see the sights. In all, we wandered another 7 miles throughout Old Town, across the Charles Bridge, and back up to the ...


A travel blog entry by lchamberlin on Aug 23, 2013

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... really well - especially the prodestant and catholic history. We saw the Muncipal House with the statues of famous composers on top - Wagner is not there any more because when the Nazis gave the order to remove the Jewish composer the men they sent didn't know who he was so the measured the noses of the statues and chucked off the guy with the longest one. Pity it was Wagner and he was a German. We walked through the old Jewish Quarter and saw the level that ...