Family Hotel Okor

Okor 23, Prague, Bohemia, 252 64, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Okor 23, Prague, is near Nerodova Street, St. Agnes Convent (Klaster sv. Anezky Ceske), Metronome, and Old Royal Palace.
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Our local milongas and dancers

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Jun 04, 2014

... age, so yeah no wonder. I am really generalising here now but I am trying to get a point across.
We can work on our technique, certainly. Take classes. Group classes. Private classes. Workshops. Marathons. Festivals. All of the above and more but also- open up to it. Open up in embrace. One advice I got from a porteno in Baires was - stop analizing the moves. Just dance. ..I know, I know it sounds so cliche But I see a spark of truth there. We want to be ...


A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jan 13, 2014

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... bus back to Vienna, arriving home to the apartment by 6:00. The only mishap being that I left my fine, new hat for which we paid I think 5 euros, on the bus.  While Prague is part of the European Union, it has yet to adopt the Euro for currency. The Czech Koruna is worth .04 Euros, so our 500 Koruna tickets home cost us 18.22 Euros.  Prague is a very inexpensive adventure in the off-season.  Our hotel will double its rates in Spring and Summer. Na ...

So Much to Czech Out!

A travel blog entry by maggiekr on Oct 09, 2013

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... but I had one of the most delicious things I've had in my life! I had a bread dumpling filled with blueberry jam, topped with powdered sugar. I got it because I was not very hungary and it sounded small, also Maike (our guide) recommended it. Best decision by far, it was warm and gooey on the inside, soft and welcoming on the outside. So yummy!
After lunch we got back on the road and stopped at a town called Tisnov. We stopped to visit a local cloister ...


A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 02, 2013

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... pretty sweet. We all share one eight-person room, and it is a great size for us. There are four sets of bunk beds in our private room as well as a locker and table. Outside our room is a common area for all the rooms in our section (there is a British group to our right and another European group across the lounge). Here, we share two bathroom and shower areas with the other groups. Honestly, it has all worked out quite well.

Once we had ...

Always on the go.

A travel blog entry by findeuphoria on Jun 21, 2013

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... bar, and I had so much fun. Even our professor came with us after almost a week or two of begging her to go to karaoke with us. We had the whole place to ourselves and they had a pretty good selection of music, and after some of us took shots and started drinking it started to get really interesting to say the least. I haven't laughed as hard as I did last night in a long time. The highlight moment was when Tania, Victoria, and ...