Hotel Villa Milada
Travel Blogs from Prague
... Africa this year. I gave this friendly girl my website. She e-mailed me. And we began our correspondence, writing only in super-technical Czech until Maja's English improved in Australia.
In the evening after I tried to kiss her, I was once again staying with Kristyna.
She was shocked to hear that Maja and her boyfriend were never intimate together. We suspected maybe she was with him just ...
... kitchen, living room, master bedroom, etc. Daily breakfast is served on your dining table by two sweet ladies and the owner Pasquale is a mini celebrity here. The service he provides is top notch and on our first day he even brought us on a mini walking tour of Prague, all complimentary. Nice touch Pasquale.
Location of this residence? A stone's throw away from the main Old Town Square. Super.
Prague has so much beauty to see, first with ...
... absolutely right!
Golden lane was an awesome little street that was only about 100m long and headed from the castle towards the charles bridge. Petite houses, all different colours and sizes lined the left side. The small houses were originally constructed in the 16th century for the castle guards of King Rudolph II. At the time the street was known as archery lane. It was later renamed 'golden lane' for the goldsmiths who moved into the houses in the 17th century. It was ...
... the city and walked across Charles Bridge during the day so we could get daytime photos.
We started walking around the streets and stumbled across some markets, filled with souvenirs and fresh food. It was good to walk around and see. Then it was time for lunch and our tour leader recommended a place which was on top of one of the buildings in the main square. It was a great spot to eat and ...
... cathedral with beautiful stained glass windows.
From there, Jared headed back to the hostel while Dan and Caroline took a closer look at the Old Jewish Cemetery. Speaking of Kafka, this cemetery was very kafkaesque with its uneven terrain and tightly packed gravestones. Back when Jews were forced to live in only this quarter of Prague, they had only this small cemetery in which to bury their dead and ended up stacking bodies on top of each other, reached ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool