Hotel U Cervene Boty

Address: Karlova 5, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Prague

"No wonder Germany is famous for schnitzel."

A travel blog entry by ramsaysjr on May 22, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... that while our train had been cancelled, there was a replacement train to Dresden where we would change trains to Prague with no delay in the times. What efficiency! I could say that was so Germanic, but that seems silly.
The trains were fantastic - the former to Dresden was new, sleek and fast - the latter from Dresden to Prague was older (likely from the communist era) but comfortable and, with 1st class tickets (sounds fancier than it is), we ...

The thing about last minute travelling

A travel blog entry by saxana on Dec 10, 2014

... Hopefully see some of the city on Friday morning as I walk to the venue..
Wait for the concert from... 12? I think it's pointless to get there earlier. 12 is quite early too, I think I'll be the only one there but I wanna say hi to them as they get there :3 (and see their faces when they realize it's me again :D ).
Get a freakin' drumstick from Needles or John. I am so not leaving without a drumstick! I deserve one :D ...
What else... oh right, not ...

Day 4 Praha

A travel blog entry by laurenursaki on Jul 13, 2014

5 photos

Last full day in Prague! I wish I could stay the rest of the month but am excited for the next stop, Budapest. We've heard rave reviews from other backpackers. We took today a little bit easier. Our go, go, go excitement is starting to catch up with us. Can't hang like I'm 21 anymore. We had another amazing lunch at a local Czech restaurant. I had pork, cabbage, and potato dumplings. We haven't had one bad meal here. Everything is so flavorful! For 110 CZK ($5), we were able to climb ...

Is Budapest the best? Familiar faces in Prague

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on May 30, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... tooooooooo many cocktails and I did very little other than delicious pasta for dinner. Feeling much more lively the next day (though much colder and damper) we took a 1 hour cruise up the river to take in the sights of Prague and then made our way up the hill and visited the castle. According to my lonely planet it's in the Guinness world book of records as the largest intact castle complex. It was decently impressive! After making our way though the many buildings and gardens of ...

A Confusing Tour

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 25, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... and later executions. Out in front of the prison are symbolic grave markers for all the people who died there. There are two enormous symbols in the graveyard- a cross, and a star of david, since both Christians and Jews were prisoners there.

Seeing the prison in person was very moving. It's hard to imagine that actual people lived there. It looked like the type of place a poor family would house farm animals. Unfortunately, the guide ...