Pension Kotlarka

Kotlarka 115, Prague, Bohemia, 15000, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

A triumphant return to our homeland

A travel blog entry by mettel.europe


Things were a little bit different the last time I was here. A. – this country was called Czechoslovakia. B. – I was riding my bike, not driving a 20-foot long RV. And C. – I ended up being "deported" from the country because the Communist government didn't think that my friends and I were following all the rules about where we …

Prague Gnosis is fine!

A travel blog entry by billnpat


August 16 and 17, 2010

Our first day in Prague yesterday was a little slow to begin. We are in a lovely very small campground… just 4 places, attached to the Kotlarka Pension. (www, which was built in 1801 as a small farm estate. It was quite tricky to find as the directions in the book we were using were …

Prague, Czech Republic!

A travel blog entry by akreyling


... dinner, I had gnocchi with sausage, peppers and tomatoes, very good and then we all had dessert, I had vanilla ice cream with warm raspberries. We went up to the clock tower and took some pictures of the whole city, the sunset was pretty but a lot of clouds in the sky at that point. But then we realized we were running out of time because we thought we would be able to check in for our flight the next morning tonight but had to get here before it closed, so we sprinted to the ...

Fall Break Begins in the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by ljean


... glad because I really knew nothing about it beforehand. They probably could have shortened the history lesson a little though. Lucky for you this will be short and sweet. So the Czech Republic used to be part of Czechoslovakia. Today the Czech Republic and Slovakia are split into two independent countries. It also used to have a communist government and very corrupt churches. This is why it is now the 2nd most atheist country in the world. This brings me to the next place ...

Brussels to Prague via Germany

A travel blog entry by kitchin


... The church we entered had a suspended statue of Christ we have now seen in other churches!

Though a packed boat we could still see several castles and picturesque villages as we cruised for 1 3/4 hours, passing steep vineyards and the famous Lorelei ... tick Rhine cruise done.

O/n was a further 2 hours away - Wurzberg; again a picturesque German village ...

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