Pension Kotlarka

Address: Kotlarka 115, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Praha 5 area of Prague, is near St. George's Basilica, Jan Hus Monument, House of the Black Madonna (Dum U cerne Matky Bozi), and Stefanik Observatory.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Arrival in Prague

A travel blog entry by redhalo on Aug 06, 2014

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... add the tea-tree. I now stink like a packet of mints.

Went out for a short walk down to the river. The streets are very nice, lined with trees with some lovely old buildings but occasionally a warm blast of air would come out of the pavement?! Very weird. Bought a punnet of strawberries from the same shop I went to earlier and feasted on them for supper.

Jewish Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 20, 2014

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... was to then go up to the Petrin tower, which is called "Prague's Eiffel," eat something there, and then see the observatory that I didn't get to see the other day. I did the first part ok.
The daily pass tram ticket also covers the ride on the funicular to the top of the mountain where the tower is. From the funicular, you do need a separate ticket to get into the Petrin Tower, and it costs an additional amount to use the elevator.So, I instead used the stairs. All 299 of ...

Czech it out! See what I did there?

A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Jan 22, 2014

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... drapes, a huge jacuzzi bathtub, and big comfy mattresses!

After settling in we decided to walk around the area a little bit, and soon realized how awesome the location of our hostel was! We were literally two minutes away from the infamous Charles Bridge, and could see the Prague Castle from our hostel window! After taking it all in, we decided to relax a little bit and headed down into the cave/lounge area which was so neat!

Day one in Prague consisted of going on ...


A travel blog entry by shockie13 on Sep 02, 2013

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... and very popular. We also walked a bit further to see more giant baby statues along the river side. We stopped in for lunch at the John Lennon pub and was disappointed by the service (it seems to be in the Czech culture to not be too friendly to tourists) but the food was ok. From there we walked up the hill to see the castle but we seemed to be moving against the flow - while we were walking up absolutely everyone was walking down but it was well worth the hike ...

Prague (May 23 to May 26)

A travel blog entry by loogmord on May 27, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... and chose that of Hitler's favorite composer - Wagner. I guess there must have been hell to pay!

We then joined a "free walking" tour of the old town area and learned among other things about "defenestration", the act of throwing people out of windows to get rid of them. The first of these events occurred with 27 Protestants who had managed to enrage the townsfolk. As a result they were chased up the clock tower and had to jump out of the ...