Travel Blogs from Prague, Czech Republic

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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 ...

Alojamiento complicado en Praga, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Alojamiento complicado en Praga

A travel blog entry by k0k0m0

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Luego de un muy ameno viaje, con un paisaje muy bonito también, llegamos a Praga a las 13.30hs. Lo bueno de poder compartir es que uno no se siente tan solo y le permite compartir anécdotas y experiencias. En la frontera subió una persona de ...

Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by pjmartin

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... right beside the castle which also overlooked the city also taking alot of photos of building. I'm trying to keep this short because we are a little behind but all in all Prague is very nice and it is also cheap. The beer is also very good! Colin and ...

From Krakow, Poland to Prague, Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

From Krakow, Poland to Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by thinkdontmiss

We took the city tour first stopping at the Church that is now a library containing many thousands of volumes dating back to the 10th century.     Walked over cobblestones passing monuments and decorative light fixtures and on down to ...

A greyer day in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A greyer day in Prague

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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... sorts of shops they are filled with fascinating stuff, but absolutely nothing you'd want to buy! Next to it was an old style Czech bakery.  Over the last few days we'd admired great big puffy jam doughnuts in the window.  Today wouldn't you ...

Easter from Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Easter from Prague

A travel blog entry by vannhansen

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... not too heavy yet!) and explored the old town ("Stare Mesto"]. The next day we went up early to Prague Castle and checked out how the president of Czech Republic lives; as well as the early kings of the time. The views from the top were fantastic, ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by ericrg

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... clock, and the famous old square before ducking into a little pub for a bite to eat and a beer. Although the prices in Prague have increased the last 10 years, it certainly is still far from expensive. Our beer still costs less than water and the huge ...

Day 15: Prague, Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Day 15: Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds

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... a little hole in the wall Mexican restaurant. Boy, we really are enjoying the food abroad but we do miss some homemade grub! Prague is easily all of our favorite locations so far (well, favorite city... it's hard to compare to the mountains of ...

PRAHA, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

PRAHA

A travel blog entry by joshuaryan

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... nbsp; It was a para mime (no talking the whole show).  It was very interesting and different.  Overall, we both enjoyed Prague and would definitely come back here again.  The city has so much to offer, with many things to do.  ...

Golden City, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Golden City

A travel blog entry by amsmitty

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We are now leaving the Golden City of Prague- one of the few beautiful cities to escape WWII nearly unscathed. The gothic architecture, the spiraled buildings and the feeling unlike any other European city has provided us with a nice stop in Eastern ...

Czech Mates, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech Mates

A travel blog entry by robglaws

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... breakfast snooze as we bed down for another day on the bus and the frequent changes of currency. We have just rolled out of the Czech Republic and into Poland, out of the land of the Krone and into the world of the Zloty. Border crossings have so far been ...

tram travels to prague castle, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

tram travels to prague castle

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... and St. George's Basilica. We also went down the Golden Lane which is mainly just small shops including the smallest house in Prague which wasn't open. The whole top of the hill is just lovely with the buildings, the cathedral, the views over Prague, and ...

Prague - Walking Tour/ Beer Garden/ Feast, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague - Walking Tour/ Beer Garden/ Feast

A travel blog entry by jdp643

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... our guide had told us about. In doing so we walked past the huge metronome which represents time lost under communism and through Prague's main Central Park. When we arrived at the beer grades it was obvious that it has some of the most interesting views ...

life as usual..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

life as usual...

A travel blog entry by rgiles

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... of the city center. It's known for the diversity of residents: Poles, Slovakians, Romanians, a little melting pot right in Prague. There's an interesting dynamic between the Romuve (Romanians.) Czechs seem to be afraid or disgusted by them, and ...

Czechin' Out Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czechin' Out Prague

A travel blog entry by murphyandmeade

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... plane (thunderstorms) in Milan on our way to Athens. For the last 3 nights we stayed at the Sir Toby Hostel in Prague, Czech Republic. We arrived in Prague by train. The trip took around 6 hours and was thankfully uneventful. After arriving at the hostel ...

Hilary and Geoffy in Prague!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Hilary and Geoffy in Prague!

A travel blog entry by hilarycg

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I was still feeling kinda crappy when we got to Prague (physically), but Geoff and I both felt we had a weight lifted off of us. Just the 2 of us worked really well. It was wonderful for food and deciding what we were going to do to be EASY. With 3 it ...

Day 382: Back in the Golden City, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Day 382: Back in the Golden City

A travel blog entry by lithobolia

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Back at the flat., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Back at the flat.

A travel blog entry by karli

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... Then, Joe and I usually go out to dinner.  (Those that know me well, know I don't cook much).  Going out to dinner takes a little longer here, as most people sit and chat after their meal.  That is a typical day for me here in ...

Torture, wannabe Eiffel Towers, green fairies..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Torture, wannabe Eiffel Towers, green fairies...

A travel blog entry by sharon1306

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... full day in Prague. Breakfast at the hotel was - hmm - adequate. The plan was to take the tram to the castle stop. Destination Prague Castle - the largest medieval castle in the world. So that is what we did. Its the quickest and easiest way to get there. ...

Prague... A not so hidden gem, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague... A not so hidden gem

A travel blog entry by mjlankers

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... European circuit. (Traveling Europe.... or most places for that manner, have circles or circuits that most travelers stick to... well, Prague is common city for every European route) We were lucky enough to get a great impression of local life... ...

Train to Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Train to Prague

A travel blog entry by corr

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The train to Prague was like nothing I had been exposed to before. The train must have been from when the Soviets had control of Czech Republic because it was so old and even had an old map of Soviet territory. We had our own room which was nice but the ...

Farewell Party with Friends, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Farewell Party with Friends

A travel blog entry by pavel.jares

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We had a wonderful party at a very nice place "La Casa Blu" in ...

Prague with parents, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague with parents

A travel blog entry by rbailer

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... a tour of that the next morning where we saw all of the names of the 90,000 people that died in the Holocaust in the Czech Republic, a bunch of drawings by kids that lived in the ghetto there, and then a cemetery that had people buried as many as 12 ...

Hot Zombie Fairy Tale, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Hot Zombie Fairy Tale

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... a pedestrian bridge connecting the old town with the castle town. Upon seeing the castle town for the first time, I exclaimed, "F***ing Prague!", to which E replied "A god-d*** fairy tale." We had dinner down at the foot of the castle town, with a view ...

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