Vila Josefina

Nad Borislavkou 34, Prague, Bohemia, 160 00, Czech Republic | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 11, 2014

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... vegetarian options, and I wanted a restroom. Still, it was clearly a touristy restaurant. I ended up getting "traditional" dumplings and a cheese "shnitzel." The dumplings were basically just like a really chewy slice of white bread with the crust cut off- pretty plain and boring. The fried, breaded cheese was much better, but mostly because it came with tartar sauce, which lent some tang.
Also, the bathroom here had a sign that it ...

Snowy Prague

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on Jan 25, 2014

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... sharing our room), and I went out, trying to find some mysterious bar Olivia heard about. We didn’t find it, but we got a solid walk in. Instead, we found a boulder bar (it actually has boulder walls inside the bar!!) and we shared drinks.

In the Czech Republic it was very cold. Snowing type cold. Because of this, they do a lot of drinking.

I don’t want to get too into details here but Prague was and is absolutely beautiful. Out of all ...

Last Breakfast with Ota

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Oct 08, 2013

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... only the Banff Voyager Inn would appreciate and added the two figures together. 33€ per night for two people with breakfast and 3 days on the metro for 4€ each wasn't bad at all! We got our things together and checked out, sad to say goodbye to him and his cat.

We only had 2 hours left so there wasn't much point to check the suitcase in at the train station. I ended up dragging it around which isn't fantastic because I hate rolling suitcases. I am ...

The Kristofor and the Ham

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Aug 04, 2013

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... The Golden Lane was like a mini Czech open air museum with old homes, Armour, weapons, and old lifestyle. I fired a crossbow here! My aim needs work. The tower here once was used for imprisonment and torture. The Palace, was really boring and ordinary. Pretty low standard for the housing of nobility!
We left the castle, grabbed some ice cream and found some grassy shade to escape the heat. Within half hour the weather had started to turn. By the time we ...

Prague wandering day and a raging pub crawl

A travel blog entry by mikepsilve on May 22, 2013

... another company's pub crawl. We dropped off our bags and hung out with mom and dad in the square. We ate delicious buy fatty sausages and then just walked around for a while. The square was awesome. It is so Europe. And the streets in old town are awesome because they are curvy and narrow. It's easy to forget where you are and what direction you are facing. I like that feeling because I usually have an ...