Travel Blogs from Prague, Czech Republic

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dick wee hahahaha, Prauge, Czech Republic travel blog

dick wee hahahaha

A travel blog entry by nzaussie

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Changing homes for the last time in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Changing homes for the last time in Prague

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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This afternoon/evening I change address for the last time.  It's a little bit further from school, but should be no problem.   Also, tomorrow I have my "big" test, which I apparently have to pass with 100%.  Needless to say, I will be ...

Czech this out!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech this out!

A travel blog entry by danfa

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... I hope to be just about up to date. So... On a very dreary morning we left Berlin with our sites set on the Czech Republic. We were already a little anxious as we knew the Sat Nav only had Western European maps programmed in to it and therefore we were ...

Milking the Pig, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Milking the Pig

A travel blog entry by peteindira

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... of wondering Prague, dodging the herds of walkers, hiking the hills, and just relaxing were the extent of our time in the Czech Republic.  Refreshed and relaxed we're on our way back to Wroclaw for a couple more days at babcias' house before ...

\back to Prague (Off to Birminham), Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

\back to Prague (Off to Birminham)

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

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2 hour bus to Prague and then a flight to ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by tyler.durand

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... , and the royal palace.  We then got lunch at a local spot and had traditional Czech food.  Delicious!  That night we went to a 5 story club and had a great time! Prague is a very clean city and we would recommend at least seeing ...

Insert Czech Pun Here, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Insert Czech Pun Here

A travel blog entry by the_stamms

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... 1980 as a memorial, but ironically, was painted over numerous times by the police under the Lenin-like Communist rule. When the Czech Republic was liberated in 1989, it became permanent, and stands today as a place that gives people hope and helps them ...

25.den, Praha, Czech Republic travel blog

25.den

A travel blog entry by curietour

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Náš výlet skončil. Všem nám ukápla slza nad tím, jak rychle to všechno uteklo. Pobyt na Novém Zélandu jsme si maximálně užili. Tak snad zase  příští rok ahooooooj ...

The Velvet Divorce, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Velvet Divorce

A travel blog entry by madanaki

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... , something we hadn't really experienced for about, ohhhhh.... 51 days so far. Michal also explained how there are three regions in Czech Republic: Boheme, famous for its beer; Moravia, famous for its wine; and Silesia, famous for its spirits. So we have ...

Last full day with the Canucks, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Last full day with the Canucks

A travel blog entry by thesaxman

... Kutna Hora rather brief, hitting up the ultra-Eastern Bloc looking train station soon after for a sweaty, non ventilated train back to Prague central. Chilled back at Miss Sophies for a little while, for nana naps and the like, and somehow Philly D and i ...

Good Food, Good Beer... Good Times, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Good Food, Good Beer... Good Times

A travel blog entry by heylo79

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Yes indeed, Prague has all three... at unreal prices. Czech food is spectacular, though even finishing your meal can be a feat. I may have found the Brewsters of Prague, called U Medvidku, not too far from my hostel. The beer there is awesome, the ...

Prague- Our 1st Opera, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague- Our 1st Opera

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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... our box with 2 other people but they were nice and we really didn’t know that they were there most of the time. The Prague State Opera House is a fun, audience friendly place. On each side of the orchestra pit is a walk way to the stage so that the ...

An Opera At the Estates, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

An Opera At the Estates

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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... . So the 1st and 2nd time I saw the Estates we could not go in as there are no tours. I determined that I did would return to Prague to see a performance in the Estates. I really wanted to see Don Giovanni but alas that was not to be as May was one of the ...

Back behind the (Iron) Curtain, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Back behind the (Iron) Curtain

A travel blog entry by am1

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... by the Soviets is astonishing, as most places of note in these parts were decimated at some stage in the 20th century. Czech Republic has had a fairly bleak recent history, but has really got it's act together since the Velvet Revolution of '89. Getting ...

Getting the Swing of things, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Getting the Swing of things

A travel blog entry by nzivanovich

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... breakfast. The food was good, although we could have gone without the smoking, which is still widely accepted and prevalent in the Czech Republic. On our exploration we went to the top of the hill overlooking the Castle. There was a very handy tram that ...

Praha the city of 100 towers, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha the city of 100 towers

A travel blog entry by jmv146

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... to say the least. Saturday we made it to our other hostel more in the heart of downtown, and we've toured the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge (which are both incredibly beautiful).  Last night we made it to a jazz bar that our hostel owner told ...

The Belle of the European Ball, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Belle of the European Ball

A travel blog entry by roscoe2009

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... mentioned above. He also told me of the hoops he had to jump through just to make the journey to Poland and the Czech Republic, paying outrageous visa fees, requiring a sponsor, and more or less being monitored for the entire length of his short journey ...

Prague!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague!

A travel blog entry by alexengel

... favourite thai restaurant/bohemia glass shop was all fantastic. We even ran into some NEIGHBOURS FANS on the famous Charles Bridge in Prague, who i think wanted to ask for our autographs when they found out we were Australian and YES, shared our homes ...

Vysehrad and Klementinum Tour Today!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Vysehrad and Klementinum Tour Today!

A travel blog entry by travelforfun

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... we saw as no exit.  This is what Wikipedia says: "Vyšehrad is a historical fort located in the city of Prague, Czech Republic. It was probably built in the 10th century, on a hill over the Vltava River". When we finally made our way inside, ...

P is also for Pretty, as in, Prague is so pretty!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

P is also for Pretty, as in, Prague is so pretty!

A travel blog entry by astralissophia

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... styles. It is simply goregous. There are lots of churches that line the cobble-stoned streets and pavements, but as the Czech Republic isn't terribly religious anymore, most of the churches serve the dual purpose of being a place of worship, and a ...

Prague - Spring 2005, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague - Spring 2005

A travel blog entry by mcboc285

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... centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries and Prague became capital city of the new Czech Republic.  Lots to see and do in Prague: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Josefov the ...

Aha, this must be Praha. Ha Ha., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Aha, this must be Praha. Ha Ha.

A travel blog entry by dcraven

... wee bit, and given extra instruction on etiquette. In contrast to this active nightlife is the truly exquisite architecture. Prague was completely untouched by bombing during WWII, and thus the original medieval architecture is preserved, alongside the ...

The Progression of Things, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Progression of Things

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054

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... Last weekend, I ventured out on my own, taking an ICE train and an express bus to the city of Prague in the Czech Republic. What a beautiful, beautiful city. Prague has a completely different natural pace and progression. It is a fast-paced rhythm. ...

Tired of Tacky Tourists, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Tired of Tacky Tourists

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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... ; They said they would also forward this information back home to their pastor so he could pray for the salvation of the Czech Republic.  And people wonder why Americans are frowned upon around the world?  I gathered they were from Greenville, ...

We're back baby!!!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

We're back baby!!!

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad

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... Ivan. It had been 12 hours since Ivan and Vlad had seen each other, and to end up in the same place in a city like Prague was a seminal moment. Nothing more can be said of that night... Needless to say it was again a late morning on Monday. But Ivan ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

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... it. I gave him the same advice the barmaid gave me; sip it slowly.   A little background on the city. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is located in the north-west of the country on the Vltava River - the country’s longest.  ...

Vítejte v Praze, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Vítejte v Praze

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia

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... to check in or asked them to combine their multiple bags into 1! Nice flight over the Dolomites, across Austria and into the Czech Republic, and our wonderful hostel directions got us to the door (across Prague) in around an hours time and for less than ...

Best beer & possibly cabbage in the world ..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Best beer & possibly cabbage in the world ...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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... has now moved into the entertainment category. It's really not fair to consider it some random drink when it provides hours of pure pleasure.  Prague has the best beer in the world. Yes, it's true. U Fleku. So what if it's a tourist trap or that ...

new countrys, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

new countrys

A travel blog entry by roundthecorner

... . Most of the route on the Germany side was single track with great views but cold as there was snow still lying around. Getting to Prague wasn't a problem it was finding some where to stay. At the first hostel there was no where to park the bike and the ...

Ahh Prague..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Ahh Prague...

A travel blog entry by estp

... home fairly early to get some sleep. The next day, on our way to Vienna, we stopped at Kutna Hora, which is still in the Czech Republic. There is a Church there with a lot of bones inside.. it was very bizarre. When I can, I will upload photos of it. ...

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