EA Hotel Sonata

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Sokolska 68, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic
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Poor
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Forum Posts

Book Store on Wenceslas Sqare -

by Valnp

I was in a bookstore on Wenceslas Square and wrote the ISBN for 2 books I wanted to order - 1 ISBN appears to be wrong (my error). I do not seem to be able to find either book from the US. If I knew the name of the Book store I could call them and order the books myself. I believe it was on the left - 2/3 down the square walking towards the little wooden gift stores that are in the center of the square. I thought it had an Academic name - i.e; Academia Booss or University books. Can any anybody tell me the name of the book store? -
Thank you -

Re: Book Store on Wenceslas Sqare -

by ranger49

It really would have helped if you had given the titles, or at least the subject matter of the books concerned.
They could be available in the country where you live (unknown to us as unfortunately you did not complete your profile )

Have you tried googling? Try - bookshops in Prague/ the title/author of the books/ subject matter of the books/ fact/fiction/ history/biography.
The possibilities are endless - but only you know what you are actually looking for.

And as I doubt this is a travel question - so it could be deleted.

Re: Book Store on Wenceslas Sqare -

by unaS

also checkout
www.amazon.uk
www.abebooks.com

Re: Book Store on Wenceslas Sqare -

by ATLC

Indeed: title + author + publisher or any one of these would help!

The first numbers of an ISBN refers to the language/country the book was published in.
For Czech Republic, that is 80.

Also, a good (academic) bookstore in your neighbourhood would be able to help you with the ISBN and to find the book, since they know how an ISBN is built and they have access to many more (digital) catalogues.

The ISBN starts with 978-then 80 for country, then publisher code, then book code, then the check digit (1-9 or X). Total 13 (or 10 without the 978).

I've worked in an academic bookstore for many years (until a few years back), hence my confidence that such a book store would be able to help.

Re: Book Store on Wenceslas Sqare -

by unaS

Well thank you Anke-Thea! I have often wondered what all the numbers represented.

Re: Book Store on Wenceslas Sqare -

by r13

There are three main bookstores on the Wenceslas square, I think you have in mind this one:

http://www.academia.cz/knihkupectvi/vaclavske-namesti-34-praha.html

Travel Tips for Prague

Some information about teaching English abroad

by olivias

Here is something I found on the Internet and what I thought might be useful to anyone interested in doing something similar to what I am currently doing.

Who hasn’t thought about moving away from their home country and living in a place on a completely different part of the world? Indeed, most of us have, but only few of us know that this idea is not as difficult to achieve as one may think For example, teaching english in a country overseas is a very simple way to have a living abroad without the need for any major qualifications. Anyone can do it and the only requirement to do is taking part in a (tefl course that provides a tefl certificate upon completion. This certificate certifies you as an authorized teacher for English as a foreign language and therefore allows you to spend some time abroad, in any country where English is not the first language. Of course, if you find you like living in that country so much that you have the desire to stay there, this is of course possible. After all, you can keep on teaching due to the TEFL certificate. ITTO now offers guaranteed paid job placements in Mexico, South Korea and Prague for all those who have successfully completed a TEFL TESOL course with them. This is an ideal opportunity to gain some instant work experience, and again the decision of where to undertake this, is yours!
Naturally, living abroad gives you the added advantage of experiencing the language and culture of that country. Like language courses abroad (curso francés you quickly get a feel for the language and local customs. It is therefore not only a solution to having a satisfying job, but also a great way to experience a completely different way of life.

If you have to go, you have to pay

by MLW20

If you are wandering around most countries in Eastern Europe and have to go to the bathroom- expect to pay a small fee. It is kind of annoying so make sure to use the restroom whenever you are in a restaurant, museum or wherever they have them for public use!

Jazz

by Pieter11

Prague has a huge jazz-scene. Lots of jazz clubs are located here and have live performances almost every night.

But not only in these clubs you'll get confronted by this music. It's everywhere on the streets, so you just cannot miss it. Especially at the Old Citysquare and at the Charles Bridge, the places where the most tourists come by, you'll surely see one or more performances if you spend some days in the city.

I took these pictures during a wonderful performance at the Old Citysquare. Too bad VT doesn't have a sound-function, because this one was really swinging!!!

Packing List

by acemj

Pack really comfortable shoes. You'll want to walk a lot and take in the beauty of the city. Just be prepared for the old, uneven street surfaces. Prague is the travel photographer's dream. Bring a good camera with a zoom lens to capture the beauty of the city of spires.

Do as the Locals Do....

by kenmerk

When in Prague, try to get away from the main tourist circuit, and go to a local production...

In 1997, I saw Jesus Christ SuperStar there, performed in Czech, and I have to say it was one of the most memorable live shows that I have ever seen...

The stage presentation was excellent, I just could not understand a single word that they were signing... (I guess not so different from Italian Opera....)

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 EA Hotel Sonata

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Address: Sokolska 68, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic