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A Travel Blog by miss.chris
For several years I've wanted to return to Prague but in the spring, attending concerts and drinking coffee in the square or along the river. Now we will do just that but also follow Mozart in Vienna and Salzburg.
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A Travel Blog entry by woodsies from Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
... groups with their leader forging through holding up a coloured umbrella, and watch out for Segway riders hooning through the square creating danger for themselves and everyone in the way. The big attraction there is the famous astronomical clock which is ...
A Travel Blog entry by talamarko from Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... waterfall I began strolling back through the quaint streets of Mala Strana, over the Charles Bridge and towards Wencelas Square. The Czech Republic was playing Portugal in the euro football championships and a big screen had been erected especially for ...
A Travel Blog entry by smaries from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... encountered in my life be prepared as this is standard service and takes some getting used to. Food Food in the Czech Republic is interesting in that it is a lot of bread, meat, pickled vegetables, mayonnaise based salads, potatoes and ...
A Travel Blog entry by billbamberger from Prague, Czech Republic
... and Slovakia became united as Czechoslovakia. Czech was the leading nation. Hitler made a deal with Austria to take over Czech Republic (Austria agreed). On May 5, 1945, Prague was occupied by Germans. The Radicals took down the Nazi signs so it looked ...
A Travel Blog entry by laurenchristian from Prague, Czech Republic
... ! After meeting up with the tour group afterward, we were back on the bus and proceeded to the capital of the Czech Republic; Prague: a stunning city with plenty of gothic architecture. Tonight we had an extensive walking tour of the city which took us ...
A Travel Blog entry by dancer_alison from Prague, Czech Republic
A flaw in our oh-so-wonderful GPS... it only has limited maps for some eastern countries, like the Czech Republic. So, trusting our guide, we followed its directions. Well, we reached our destination, but through winding back roads. ...
A Travel Blog entry by laurieandsophie from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
Our first stop in the Czech Republic was Olomouc. Our guide book talked about this place as a rival for Prague but it was a Sunday when we arrived and the town was deserted. We had coffees and icrcreams and wandered around the town then we headed to ...
A Travel Blog entry by tereza-gonzalo from Broumov, Královéhradecký, Czech Republic
... monastery is situated from the 13th century. The Benedictine monastery in Broumov belongs to the national cultural heritage of the Czech Republic. In the monastery's refectory there is exposed a copy of the so-called Turin Shroud, which was found in ...
A Travel Blog entry by joe-darlene from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... Clock The Prague astronomical clock, or Prague Orloj, is a medieval astronomical clock located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest ...
A Travel Blog entry by rowandmeags from Prague, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
... off to find the Pivovarsky klub, where we had dinner. It had over 200 Czech beers that were locally brewed in czech republic or from bordering countries. Our hopes for future restaurants and bars were very high from our first encounter with our first ...
A Travel Blog entry by catfeet from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... passing by many points of interest including the main railway station we had arrived at yesterday, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, and the dancing house (a modern glass building named after Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers). We then saw the National ...
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