Prague and Poker, this has a nice ring to it, right?! 888 Poker recently reached out to me to help promote a trip to Prague, Czech Republic they are giving away with a win of an online poker tournament at 888 Poker. Launched in 1997 in Europe, 888 Poker is currently one of the largest poker networks in the world with good presence in the USA, Australia and in Europe. With more that 10 million registered members world wide – there are always plenty of players online at any given time.
Their Snap Poker is a new way to play poker online. That latest online Poker game is a fast-fold poker format that keeps waiting time to a minimal during hands.
Play and have the chance to win the following:
* L-39 Albatross Fighter Jet flight experience
* 2 nights in 5* luxury Prague Hotel, including breakfast
* Flight to Prague and additional travel expenses
* Two 888poker group dinners in top restaurants
* 888poker merchandise & exclusive flight DVD
One lucky winner will enjoy an all expenses paid trip to Prague. Prague is an intriguing city for a number of reasons; I have been fortunate to have visited several times. It is a city you can easily get lost in – especially in its rich cultural and architectural heritage. Several must see highlights include the Prague Castle – it is located on a hill overlooking the city. It is one of the largest ancient castles in the world – the original castle on site dates back over 1000 years. When inside, climb up the stairs inside the spires for excellent views overlooking the old town and the Vltava river.
The Charles Bridge began construction way back in 1387. This historic bridge crosses the Vltava River and connects the Castle with the Old town and surrounding areas. One of the attractions in the old town is the Astronomical Clock; this famous time piece opens on the hour and several figures move about for the crowds that often gather at its base. It was first installed in the year 1410; it is the oldest working public Astronomical clock in the world! Also not to be missed in the old town is the impressive looking Gothic Tyn Church.
The Jewish Quarter is entirely surrounded by the city’s old town. Old synagogues and the Jewish Cemetery are the highlights of a visit here.
So there is certainly plenty to do in Prague for 2 nights.
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