Travel Blogs from Prague
... to validate our Eurorail passes and to check out where we have to go to get our train at 6am on Tuesday. All sorted and we should be fine and we can get some food before we board. We then headed to the Palladium Shopping Mall - a massive complex with 200 shops. It is has been tastefully done as the outside blends in with the surrounding buildings. Simon's sense of direction rather the tram maps being hard to read meant we crossed the river ...
Prague!! I LOVED Prague!! Absolutely loved it. But before I start talking about Prague, let me talk about the pit stop that we made before we got there.. We made a pit stop in the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. To be honest I have no idea, no idea at all how to describe what I felt after what I learnt, saw and read. I guess confronting and saddened are the words I'll use but I feel like they're not strong of a words to describe what I witnessed. ...
I ended up staying in Prague for a fair while..... Prague itself is beautiful, and just like in Vienna, each building seems to be its own piece of art. What I wasn't expecting was the sheer amount of tourists that were there. Being the end of the season, I naively thought that there would be less people there. However, as I walked the 10 minutes from my hostel to the old town square for the free walking tour (on my first day) I found myself ...
... up on the hill. We were able to get some awesome views and some great snaps from up top. After a beer and a quick bite to eat we walked back down and back to the apartment.
The young guy at the hostel was nice enough to give Kate a ride to the Doctor. It turned out it was just an allergic reaction as we first suspected. So she dosed up on some antibacterial cream and hydrocortisone. Things have improved since so it must be working! It was a fairly ...
... an actress in Paris. He revolutionalized the design of that time and the Parisians loved his poster the moment it waspasted on paris street. Mucha was the father of graphic designs nowadays in the style of Art Nouveau .
Panska is a small back street of the Wencelas square but at last I find it. Art Nouveau decorative style originated in Paris in the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed