Travel Blogs from Czech Republic

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castles yay!, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic travel blog

castles yay!

A travel blog entry by rampantredhead

really cute countryside of czech. beautiful area of the world with this really nice castle and really quaint village. Everyone is so helpful, even though most cant speak a lick of english hehe. overall nice little day trip from the austrian border. ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by longwalktour

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I won't dwell too long on Prague. The first thing that everyone says about it is "Prague is so beautiful," then second "and it's so cheap too." The beauty I won't deny as for the prices, besides groceries, it is not cheap anymore. I was there in 1996 ...

CZ - A pearl under the snow, Olomouc, Czech Republic travel blog

CZ - A pearl under the snow

A travel blog entry by maplefanta

... , a bit stiff from the previous day walk. But after being ready, Katarina brought me on the way to hitch further in direction of Czech Republic, the shitty thing is that I didn't wait long but the car who stopped only took me few km further then I waited ...

Prague Symphony Orchestra, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague Symphony Orchestra

A travel blog entry by allansineurope

A school day Sketching on the Island Prague Symphony Orchestra ...

Domovy sady, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic travel blog

Domovy sady

A travel blog entry by petexner

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City Tour and Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

City Tour and Prague Castle

A travel blog entry by scottik38

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Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by judymatson

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... ;as the 12 Apostles parade in the windows above nodding to the crowd - its pretty cool. Dinner was at an amazing Czech restaurant (thanks to Christina) where we had goulash & dumplings, just what was needed on a cold night, unfortunately no room ...

$1/500ml beer --- my kind of town, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic travel blog

$1/500ml beer --- my kind of town

A travel blog entry by ash_gauld

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beautiful like Prague but very very cheap, we were able to live like kings (kings that go camping ...

Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by markszulgit

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Eight days later, we find ourselves tap-dancing at midnight on cold granite stairs (as if we needed three pair of shoes each on a cycle tour.) Prague's cityscape casts spells on all who trod upon her cobbles. Feelings of exaggerated expectation with a ...

Into Eastern Europe for a Change, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Into Eastern Europe for a Change

A travel blog entry by jessicae

... through the gardens and then left the castle and walked toward the Charles Bridge.    Along the way we stopped for a true Czech dinner, which was really good, and again, CHEAP! I think our meals each came to about 8 Euros (with beer), which is ...

A Day getting to know Slovakia on the Train, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A Day getting to know Slovakia on the Train

A travel blog entry by melinaoatley

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What was to be a regular seven hour trip from Budapest (Hungary) to Prague (Czech Rep) which normally goes through Slovenia ended up with an unexpected visit through Austria . Keeping a train full of  angry Slovaks missing out on their expected ...

Episode 19, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Episode 19

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear

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... got back to Arundel we had only one night before we were off again, this time back across the Chanel to France then on to the Czech Republic where David was going to get some dental work done.  He had nearly had a heart attack at what the dentist ...

Synagogue City, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Synagogue City

A travel blog entry by kateb75

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Well I never really met the guys from my room as when I went to bed at 1230 and they still weren't back at the dorm yet. Thank god for eye masks and ear plugs as I didn't wake up when they came back, and they must have been also quiet as well. I decided ...

And the crowd goes...crap, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

And the crowd goes...crap

A travel blog entry by mattador

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... . They were very informative. For instance, I learned that I don't understand French at all. Huh. We also saw the Czech Metronome, which for some reason is this huuge metronome perched on the hillside overlooking the North side of the Vltava, and ...

Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by avoner

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visit to the Czech ...

Remember to remember us!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Remember to remember us!

A travel blog entry by jahhaj

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Make sure you all leave messages in our guestbook or send us messages, although we can't reply directly (unless it is to your email) as it is nice to hear that you'll intrested in our blogs!! and we miss you all lots. Jahhaj ...

A walk through Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A walk through Prague

A travel blog entry by elizabethnease

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Tristan, finally arrived. I think he is trying to block out the agony of his travels (i.e. he doesn't want to write about it.) Or maybe he just can't type that fast, either way, he doesn't want to talk about it and you can't make him. Well, with ...

Arrival to Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Arrival to Prague

A travel blog entry by pyres

Arrived to Prague by train without any trouble. Walked to the hostel from the train station, settled in nicely ...

Už doma, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Už doma

A travel blog entry by divokyzapadjaz

Už jsme doma.   Ještě tu v příštích dnech dáme nějaký závěrečný komentář. 24.6.2011 No nějak nestíháme, ale máme už ho rozpracovaný? Mezitím jsem málem zapoměl heslo, no ale ...

Kautsky Family Heritage, Tetin, Czech Republic travel blog

Kautsky Family Heritage

A travel blog entry by charliekelli

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... similarities to the Indiana farmland I call home. I am glad we made the journey to Bohemia, or what we today call the Czech Republic. I now understand a bit of where I come from. I had hoped to find some grave stones with their names, or dreamed ...

One City Down - Three to Go!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

One City Down - Three to Go!

A travel blog entry by powerprimer

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Well,  here goes my first blog.  We have titled it our great adventure as Kelly and I have set off our honeymoon journey to Eastern Europe.  We left Sunday afternoon and it was beautiful that day.  John and Gerry fed us and took us to ...

The First Night, Praha, Czech Republic travel blog

The First Night

A travel blog entry by nzivanovich

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... at all. We then went to a restaurant and ate with the whole group of around 60 people. They served the traditional Czech Cuisine shnitzle and beer with a side of potato salad. I have quickly learned that it is very customary to be served beer ...

Hello, Praha!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Hello, Praha!

A travel blog entry by annalisamurray

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... ;s first time to Prague, and I’m excited to show him what I remember!  Already we’ve both noticed that the Czech Republic is a significantly new destination for us in many ways, which makes sense.  Up until now, we’ve been able ...

A Stormy Day in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A Stormy Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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It was forecast to rain so we wore our rain jackets. It was cool, about 65F so we all wore our warm clothes. The 1st stop with the Music Museum, Narodni Museum. ...

Last Day in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Last Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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Our last full day in Prague, our concert at the Estates in the evening. We agreed to meet up with Dieter and Inge at 1 or so, it gave us time to tour the castle area. We walked up the steep hill, the Kings Way fighting the tourists who were taking way ...

Bye Bye Berlin, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Bye Bye Berlin

A travel blog entry by johnnybwalker

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... passing endlessly as we cross the threshold and leave Germany behind.    Prague (Praha = threshold) is the capital of the Czech Republic, bordered by Germany to the West, Poland to the North, Austria to South, & Slovakia to the East. This ...

Zbytiny, Zbytiny, Czech Republic travel blog

Zbytiny

A travel blog entry by beagui

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Coming from the cabin, we stoped here for a while to try some local specialities and take the train to come back to Miroslav house in Zichovec. Amazingly, there were several chickens and cocks looking for food in the railways. And even more amazingly, ...

A look at Eastern Europe....., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A look at Eastern Europe.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10

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... quite a handful for her father, as she wouldn’t sit still.  As the train progressed further into the Czech Republic, it passed numerous dilapidated and abandoned graffiti-covered stations, some with windows broken and piles of rubble all ...

Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by kcomai

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We took a day-trip to Prague from Dresden with Mike's co-worker, Thomas.  We had a great time in Prague despite the weather being a mixture of sunny, cloudy, and little rainy (our first rain for the trip!).  Thomas had the whole day ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by johnnyg

... , which we found pretty easily in the main shopping mall. By far the best meal I have had since leaving Oz! I had a Czech platter with just about everything you can think of... saurkraut, sausages, shanks, ham, pork, potato dumplings, bread dumplings, and ...

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