Supporting selected non-profit organizations partners: IWAP, homeless center and mother shelter. Central location - great prices. • Quality Second Hand Clothing: Dress good and feel good, with a wide range of good quality new and well treated secondhand clothes, selected with care. Running in Prague. Written by Lesley Simmons for Bridge magazine Running - or more accurately “jogging” - has been my favorite aerobic exercise for the past twelve years.
I don´t always feel like getting out the door and going, but I love how I feel afterwards: less stressed and energetic. I also enjoy being able to consume a rich dessert or extra beer with relatively little guilt. During the past twelve years I´ve only stopped running for three large blocks of time: during my two pregnancies and after we moved to Prague. Prague is a gorgeous, interesting city, but it is not a good city for running. Over the summer I´ve gradually started running again and have discovered a few pleasant places to run in Prague. Stromovka, in Bubeneč, Prague 6, is my absolute favorite place to run. Letná is not as large as Stromovka, but it is also a flat, pretty place to run once you climb the hill beside the Vltava, and it is easy to get to from the city center.
Praguefunke. Czech Language Basics. If you´re going to be in the Czech Republic for any length of time, you´re going to want to learn at least some of the language.
Yeah, it´s difficult, and it´s very likely that you´ll never master it, but the basics are both easy and essential. The following guide is, of course, for beginners; I've tried to create a simplified version of what you might see as the first lesson in a How to Learn Czech-type textbook. It's by no means definitive, and really no substitute to verbal teaching, but nevertheless: Pronunciation Most guidebooks will give you some basic Czech vocabulary along with an English phonetic pronunciation. It´s relatively simple - letters generally sound the same despite the words that contain them.
Free calls, free voip, free phone calls from iPhone and Android. Accommodation in Prague - Pension Domov Mládeže. The hotel is a three-floor villa with a large garden and terrace, where you can relax in the nice days.
There is a hotel part with nice equipped rooms, bathroom, TV, fridge. It is suitable for individual travellers. Other part is designed as a low budget accommodation for families and student groups. There are showers and tiolets in the hall. We are listed in the travel guides “Let’s go” and "Guide du Routard". The hotel is located in Prague residential district “Vinohrady”. Our professional team is here to help you find a cultural and social event as well as arrange other entertainment. Arriving in Prague. New and Notable on the Prague Fashion Scene. 12/5 - 3/6/2012 - Program detail.