Hotel Trevi

Uruguayska 540/20, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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Prague

A travel blog entry by carole.hunter

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... and then up again to cross/go under the busy road. This was stupid so we went back inside to ask if there was a way for us to do this without the stairs. Well of course there was, go back to the first exit, the back, cut through the park area, and what do you know, we were within a stones throw of the Hotel. Google maps estimated it would take 6 mins. It took us 30 mins to exit the station and 3 to walk to the Hotel. What a joke. Luck was ...

Czech people are not Prague-matic

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... and asked to speak with his manager. He didn’t understand, so I said ‘I want to talk to your boss, your manager, the owner. About the service. The way we have been treated.’ He walked me on a wild goose chase. Upstairs, downstairs, outside and in another part of the restaurant. We reached a kitchen and he went inside alone. He emerged saying the food would be out in two minutes. I said ‘Great, but can I still talk to your manager please?’ He ...

Prague - Czech it Out!

A travel blog entry by gflacke

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... challenging than it sounds. It’s all set up in total and complete darkness, so you literally can’t see your hand in front of your face; you have to feel your way around and try hard not to walk into someone else or into a piece of furniture or a wall. It was a very strange, interesting, and “eye-opening” experience – at the risk of making a pun in very poor taste. It really gave you an idea of what it would be like to live your life ...

Partying Prague

A travel blog entry by dstras

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... the town hall, climbed the clock tower, visited synagogues in the Jewish Quarter, and then went to Vysehrad Park which is in a old cliff top fortress. There we snacked and napped so we could have a quick break from touring. Then we continued again, going to Wenceslas Square and the Museum of Communism. The museum was quirky and interesting; I really enjoyed it. After a delicious food stall dinner (the roasted ham is sooo good), we watched the sunset over ...

05/06/13 - Day 78 - Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by adamis

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... Hall used to extend almost the width of the square, but the Nazi's took to shelling it towards the end of the war, and now the tower is all that remains. The rest has been turned into a park, though you can still see the broken edge of the building.

I joined the afternoon free tour run by Sandeman's New Europe. I'd done previous tours in Edinburgh and Paris and had a great experience with them, and this one was no different. Though our ...

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