Borsov Pension

Borsov 1, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic
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SDHC card

by timewaster

hi,
i am in prague right now and lost my camera's SDHC card.
where is a good place to go buy one? i checked the flora mall and no one sells it there.

Re: SDHC card

by chachouk

Hi,
Im sure you will find it around the shops and malls on Narodni... metro station Mustek.
There are a few places to try there, otherwise Im sure If u ask nicely, they may point u in the right direction.
Good luck

Re: SDHC card

by dino335

There is a good camera store near the Old Town Square on the street that exits the square to the left of the twin Steeples of the Tyn Church, I think this is the Northwest corner of the Square.

Re: SDHC card

by dino335

The is Diouha

Re: SDHC card

by dino335

The street is Diouha

Re: SDHC card

by Irea

You can try Fotoskoda camera shop in Vodickova street near Vaclavske square(Wenceslas square) or Megapixel in Zitna street not far from it
http://www.megapixel.cz/pametove-karty

Re: SDHC card

by timewaster

thanks. i will check those places out.
hopefully it won't be too expensive.
i finally found a place in the flora mall, but they wanted 1090 for 4 gigs and 1690 for 8 gigs!

Re: SDHC card

by Henrik_s

www.alza.cz and they do have a shop in Prague

http://www.alza.cz/pameti/pametove-karty/secure-digital-high-capacity-sdhc/18848712.htm

Travel Tips for Prague

You have to see all the city,...

by Jansa

You have to see all the city, but specially the Castle, Mucha Museum, Josefov (the 'Jewish City'),and the views from Vysehrad Hill (the picture was taken there). I miss very very much the croquettes (little potatoes balls).....mmmmm delicious!!. You have to try it when you go there.
Prague is so beautiful that I can´t say what I liked more...

Pinkasova synagoga

by kris-t

Pinkas Synagogue.

Memorial to commemorate 77 297 victims of nazi genocide. Children drawings from Terezin concentration camp.

Originally dating back to the 13th century, its present appearance is mainly the result of a vast redevelopment undertaken between 1893-1913. Only the few most significant buildings were saved, living testimony of the history of Prague Jews, spanning many centuries. Yet these buildings form the best present complex of Jewish historical monuments in the whole of Europe. Six synagogues remain from this old settlement, which includes the Jewish Town Hall and the Old Jewish Cemetery - the most remarkable in Europe, along with the Old-New Synagogue. They are all part of the Jewish Museum.
Old-New Synagogue
The oldest preserved synagogue in Central Europe, it was built in early gothic style in the late 13th century and is richly adorned by stonework. All interior furnishings (i.e.: gothic wrought-iron grill, wrought chandeliers) are of ancient origin. Up until now it has served as a house of prayer and the main synagogue of Prague's Jewish community. For most of its history Prague had been a multiethnic city with important Czech, German, and (a mostly Yiddish- and/ or German-speaking) Jewish populations. From 1939, when the country was occupied by Nazi Germany, and during World War II, most Jews either fled the city or were killed in the Holocaust.

Siroca 3, Prague 1

http://www.jewishmuseum.cz/

Czech language is very hard...

by prazacek

Czech language is very hard (sometimes even natives don't speak well) so you'll need dictionaries. But some 'usefull' phrases, which you can find in that books, are mostly wrong and they don't exactly mean what they are suppose to. So many young people speak English and German (mostly teenagers and businessmen), a lot of people speak Russian, but don't try to talk to them by using that language. Many people don't like Russians so much because of some historical events so when you'll talk to them in Russian they'll simply walk away or tell you that they don't understand. The best way how to get some informations is to go to one of the many INFO kiosks in downtown or just go to some restaurant and ask the waiter - most of them speak English.

Bone Town Kutna Hora

by William1982

Kutna Hora, meaning mining mountain lies just east of Prague. The ossuary in the town contains around 50,000 bones of all shapes and sizes. Besides being piled up, they are also used as decorative coat of arms, chandeliers amongst other things. The town is also home to some beautiful streets and St. Barbara's Church, an impressive church high up on a hill.

Zamek Troja gardens and sculptures

by hundwalder

The gardens of this chateau provide a good place to relax and enjoy the ambience. The many flowering trees throughout the city help make Prague especially beautiful in mid to late April. The gardens are well designed and maintained.

Warning: This is a lonely place for those who insist on being surrounded by numerous other tourists. However, if you want to meet locals in a great city, this is a great stop. The tour buses don't stop within 5 kilometers of here. Virtually all of Troja's visitors are locals. Great food and drinks are available at very reasonable prices in Troja district, or in any part of Praha outside of the officially designated tourist zones. Most of the fun of visiting Praha is going to the places that most tourists miss.

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