Travel Blogs from Prague, Czech Republic

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Prague: Czech it out!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague: Czech it out!

A travel blog entry by ryanandpatti

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... full of life, and as we walked the streets, breathtakingly beautiful buildings materialized around every corner. We saw Prague Castle (Prahsky Hrad), including the cathedral which contains many years of (somewhat violent) history and some truly ...

Prague and the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague and the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by croixfamily

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... in Prague on Sunday, after a very long flight. Peter picked us up at the airport, and took us to his house. Considering that Prague is 9 hours ahead of California, the jet lag was much less than it was when we reached Peru (although we had only 3 hours ...

egystoppal prágába, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

egystoppal prágába

A travel blog entry by misku

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Szóval eljött a másnap is, nem sietett...aludtunk mi, mert tudtunk. valahogy kinéztük a 11:10es buszt bicskére. délelött aztán ittvolt jolán néni, aki aztán felajánlotta hogy kivisz a m1 mellé, egy jo helyre. szoval nagysietve ...

Prague weekend, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague weekend

A travel blog entry by jenl

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... saw a lot of the city. I think we were all fairly fatigued by the end of Saturday night. On Friday, we walked around the Prague Castle district and stopped in St. Vitus' church. We finished off our afternoon with lunch and a couple of beers at this beer ...

Viva Praha!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Viva Praha!

A travel blog entry by sianeth

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... green box car I made it home at 12.30 am, needing to unpack and repack in time for the next morning's flight to Prague from Liverpool airport. Pretty much every second person I spoke to about it seemed to have been to Prague already... they all said it ...

Prague and Beyond, Praha, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague and Beyond

A travel blog entry by rohanandchris

... Simen in Norway, we left on the night of the fifth on a twenty-four hour journey to the beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic. After passing through towns such as Berlin, and making friends with some Germans, we finally made it to the city on ...

Two days of straight confusion: Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Two days of straight confusion: Prague

A travel blog entry by richfrohl

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... .  I loved the architecture, the colors, the countryside, the farms, and the river that the tracks followed.  The Czech Republic is beautiful. As I exited the train at the station, I was completely disoriented.  The signs were all in ...

Superbowl in Prague!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Superbowl in Prague!

A travel blog entry by lkmilem

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... America a little bit, it was weird. I guess just the traditions and stuff... the super bowl really means nothing to the average Czech. It was nice watching something American on TV though... and in English, even though I don't even care that much about ...

Prague 2007, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague 2007

A travel blog entry by kimpac

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Prague ...

New Town, New Tales, New Tourists, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

New Town, New Tales, New Tourists

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts

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... in your ears! Sadly, I’m not one to remember everything that’s said. Important things about the history of the Czech republic, in no real chronological order, - All the great things that have occurred are largely due to the one King Charles ...

Castles and Clubs, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Castles and Clubs

A travel blog entry by coloneljames

... of the story; I really dug the Cross Club, and it was a one-of-a-kind experience. Yesterday morning I decided to put off seeing Prague itself til today (I plan on doing a walking tour, though not a free one natch). Instead I headed down to Karlstejn to ...

OLD TOWN CLOCK, JEWISH GHETTO &  MISERABLE WAITERS, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

OLD TOWN CLOCK, JEWISH GHETTO & MISERABLE WAITERS

A travel blog entry by dancejill

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... established in the early 15th century, along with the Old-New Synagogue it is one of the most important surviving monuments in Prague's Jewish Town.  The oldest tombstone of poet and scholar Avigdor Kara is dated 1439.  There are just under ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by wanderlustbree

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Next Stop. Czech Republic. Home to a popular potent alcohol known as Absinthe, there was a lot more to this city than this 70% liquid.  Prague had extraordinary views, beautiful buildings, a rich history and amazing nightlife, which added to my ...

There's literally an entire alley/toilet, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

There's literally an entire alley/toilet

A travel blog entry by dangerchristoph

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... you dont tell them what kind, you better count on it being the most expensive...Fun! So we had heard stories about the czech republic. Stories that are wonderful. Stories of teh Biggest Bar in Eastern Europe! We had to check it out. The directions ...

Czech Mate, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech Mate

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan

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... was replaced after the fall of Communism and this metronome symbolises the swinging of the political climate in the Czech Republic.  We had lunch under the swaying metronom before walking through parkland towards the Strahov Monastery which gives ...

Magical Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Magical Prague

A travel blog entry by cynthiahegerty

... sun stayed out until we got home in the evening. So not only are they clean, but dry! We headed into the Hradcany - Prague Castle to visit the magnificent cathedral, old palace and basilica. According, to our guide the castle is the biggest in Europe. ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by planetbabs

... called St John for 5 bucks... so we drank a bottle of that. It was actually ok! From Vienna we flew to Prague in the Czech republic, where we are now. They have half litre stubbies for like 30 aussie cents in the supermarkets!!! Yipee"! And their beer ...

Jour 25 : Diesel et marche ŕ pied, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Jour 25 : Diesel et marche ŕ pied

A travel blog entry by travellingjon

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... des rues superbes mais presque désertes, me reposant dans un parc avec vue sur la rivičre Vltava, qui sépare physiquement Prague... avant de revenir finalement vers l'Auberge, avec dans l'idée de me reposer un peu pour mieux aller prendre des photos ...

Steeples, snow, and hot wine...., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Steeples, snow, and hot wine....

A travel blog entry by pamandmark

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... morning! - and friends in a few days, and have been occupying my time wandering around this winter wonderland of a city. Prague - or Praha in Czech - reminds me of three other European cities which i have been lukcy enough to see. It's a mix of Amsterdam ...

Bratislava, Ezstergom, Budapest and Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Bratislava, Ezstergom, Budapest and Prague

A travel blog entry by globeriders

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... so Bryan had to do all the work while I ate sun flower seeds and chatted with Szophia. Being short has its advantages. Prague.... WOW! Talking about ending the trip with a bang. We have never seen anything quite like it. Every street, every corner of ...

Imagine all the people living life in peas & gravy, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Imagine all the people living life in peas & gravy

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... that lists weekly activities. Tonight’s activity was a Czech cooking class, led by a lovely girl who was studying in Prague. Joanna and I were the only ones to start, but then two lovely German girls, Mira and Katharina, an Argentinean couple, a ...

It's The Little Things, Praha, Czech Republic travel blog

It's The Little Things

A travel blog entry by nzivanovich

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... University does not really have a campus like we have in the US, but rather has many buildings all over Prague. The building we are taking our Czech classes in looks like an abandoned elementary school from the war, but it has new technology in it, its ...

Last day in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Last day in Prague

A travel blog entry by kateb75

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  Stored my luggage at the lockers in the hostel and went back to the Old Town of Prague to revisit my favorite parts. I started off at the main square and went inside Tyn Church and was surprised that they didn't have a fee to go inside. A rarity in ...

Finishing Class and Traveling the World, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Finishing Class and Traveling the World

A travel blog entry by elizabethnease

... I haven't been contacted by him so far. I had two of my professors sign my little grade book, and finished my Czech Lanaguage class with a B, after several evening sessions with my good friend Anna. Painful sessions I should say for both her and for ...

Recorriendo Praga, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Recorriendo Praga

A travel blog entry by k0k0m0

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Aprovechamos para dormir un poco más porque se atrasó una hora el reloj, migración del horario de verano al de invierno, por lo que la diferencia horaria con Bs As era de 4 horas. Luego de desayunar, bastante frugalmente, salimos a recorrer el resto ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by court0

... that there is no re-creation on the streets in town upon our return. We fell head over heels for the capital of the Czech Republic. The city is crowded, but the public transport allowed us to reach the Old and New Town areas easily, and everything was ...

Left or Right?, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Left or Right?

A travel blog entry by v1213

... very comfortable and included power points at the seats and power doors. The scenery along the trip, especially around Brno in the Czech Republic, was stunning. There were several tunnels and a few bridges as the railway line ran through the valleys and ...

School-like Shinanigans, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

School-like Shinanigans

A travel blog entry by joshjpalmer

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... day was finished off with table tennis and foosball. We said goodbye to Budapest the next day and boarded a train bound for Prague, which went through Bratislava, where we picked up Dave and Lucy again. The train journey was even longer, involving a ...

Prague's Jewish Quarter, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague's Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by dianeinlondon

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... to walk around the smaller shopping streets of Prague and pick up some souvenirs. We walked around the small city streets of Prague admiring its beautiful buildings. We made our way to the Jewish Quarter and decided to buy tickets to go inside its many ...

A day in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A day in Prague

A travel blog entry by vanessa82

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Prague in a day... The Plus Prague hostel is pretty cool - brand new and shiny. Also easy into ...

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