Penzion Schneider

Hekova 9, Prague, Bohemia, 163 00, Czech Republic | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague, part II

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 19, 2014

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... out in the bus area.
This time, I was staying in a 4-star hotel and not the hostel. One, I had so much luggage it wouldn't have fit into the lockers at the hostel. Two, I didn't want to schlep it all up the stairs just for two nights. Three, I knew that I'd want some peace and quiet and to be by myself to recover from my week in DC. Four, I wanted to stay across the river from the main part of town so I was closer to the observatory and things I ...

Days 153 - 156: Czech Republic & Austria

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Oct 09, 2013

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... owners. I also heard that Hitler liked it, therefore they did not bomb it during WW2 like many other cities. As a consequence, it has all of its historical charm.

There's this vibrant yet romantic feel about Prague that people fall in love with. In both the Old Town and New Town there are car free squares with musicians packed in every free spot to entertain the crowds. It's 7degrees and a Wednesday yet the streets are full of people eating the street food from ...


A travel blog entry by paulpenni on May 21, 2013

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... back to the site. No Brit tv but channels like CBS Drama/Reality and Movies4Men etc.. Gave them a go and then switched to DVD. 22/05/2013. I said I wouldn't get a job at the Met Office - today we woke to heavy rain and it's continued until late afternoon. Still, D did some jobs she's been wanting to do and I emailed S. Had a walk along the river when the rain eased up and a drink at a nice little bar. 23/05/2013. A few paces from the ferry landing stage on the far bank ...

Lesser Town? Oh Lesser Town!

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 28, 2012

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... beginning to sprinkle with the threat of a downpour. We headed back to Lesser Town and down to the riverbank of the Danube to a restaurant overlooking the river and the Charles Bridge. We sat under huge umbrellas on an outdoor patio as the deluge began. We ordered drinks and dinner (which was quite good) and relaxed, ate, enjoyed the view, and waited out the rain. There are several restaurants along this stretch of the river, and you just need to head ...

Getting to Prague from Poznan

A travel blog entry by 30challenge on Apr 04, 2012

... talk to. This trip has definitely shown me that there are lots of lovely people in the world. I wished her luck with the rest of her studies and Happy Easter.

I sat alone for a bit until a man from Poland came to join me. It was very quiet as we couldn't speak to each other.

The train followed the Elbe river to Prague. It was such a stunning view from the windows. Shame I'm not staying longer as I would've liked to explore the ...