Prague Lodging Recommendation
- I was in Prague in July and loved the Arcadia Residence in Old Town Square (Kozna 6 Apartments). You are right in the middle of Old Town Square and very convenient. Pasquale the owner is wonderful and makes you feel right at home like you are a family member. I think they have a very large apartment that will accommodate 5 which has a view of the Old Town Square Clock. These apartments are very large and have a full size kitchen. Breakfast is also included at the small restaurant downstairs. They also have another location outside Old Town Square but close to the tram line which also is convenient. If you get a chance, check our the trip reviews on the Arcadia Residence on Trip Advisor. Absolutely great place to stay! See attached link to the hotel. You can email Pasquale directly if you have any questions because he is fluent in English.
From: "Illonam@..." <Illonam@...>
Sent: Fri, December 31, 2010 12:01:16 AM
Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Digest Number 4887
Ahoj!Could someone suggest accommodations in Prague? I am looking for a Bed and Breakfast type accommodation for 5 people or a budget to medium range hotel that can accommodate 5 people. Probably, we would need a double and triple.Thank you for any suggestions.Wishing everyone a Happy New Year or PF 2011!IIllona Morris
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Posted by: "Peggy Harmon" peggyharmon@... PeggyHarmon
Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:12 pm (PST)
Hello everyone, I am new to these boards. I am researching Franz & Mary Sebesta who immigrated to Ross Prairie, Fayette Co. Tx about 1854-1857 from Zadverice, Moravia. I understand they went to NY first, then to Texas. They had children, Rozina (who married Anton Lauw(launs) who is my direct line. Other siblings were Anna, Katerina, (all born in Moravia), Terezie, Alzbetta, Franciska (died at 8 mos) all being born in Texas. Rozina' s birth mother was Maryna Nedbalek (who died in Czech) her parents were Josef Nedbalek and Rozina Mikeskov. Her step mother Marie Holik raised her. I have located them in some church records and census records online. I have researched some 20 yrs on my family lines, and luckily other on geneaology boards I was able to locate some relatives. My German grandfathers (Lauw and Kech) both served in the 17th Texas Infantry, and have located some military records on them as well. My maiden name is Giesalhart. I
currently live in New Braunfels, Texas. I look forward to becoming active on the list and learning what I can about my Czech roots.
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