Travel Blogs from Prague, Czech Republic

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A fairytale begins, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

A fairytale begins

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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... an hour and a half which I slept most of the way and once we got our luggage we hailed a taxi and into Prague Old Town we went.  The Czech Republic uses its own money, not the Euro, so I had to do a little converting but it all worked out.  In ...

Day 14: Prague, Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Day 14: Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds

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Woke up in Prague: surreal. Began exploring the city at Starbucks to give us the energy we need for our day. We strolled along towards Old Town Square. The entire city is laid with stone, sidewalks and streets. Musical street entertainment at every turn. ...

Exploring the Beer Capital, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Exploring the Beer Capital

A travel blog entry by andrewy

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... end. I got soup, salad, and beef goulash for only 4.5 US dollars, I would have pay for double or triple of that if I eat in a restaurant. More excitement tomorrow in český Krumlov, where the second largest castle in Czech Republic is ...

An evening underground, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

An evening underground

A travel blog entry by natandjames

... night. First, we went for a North American style dinner. Sunday nights are wing nights at one of the American bars in old town Prague-- four dollar pounds, two dollar pints. They even show NFL games.  Ok, I guess the start of the night was more for ...

Prague!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague!

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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... ;The stones are from dark and light cubes of granite are made into beautiful patterns - mostly based on squares.  In central Prague, when the road went undercover  - perhaps through to a courtyard area behind a street - the cobbles are the same ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by erblair

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... to go each day, and a 4 person private room with a good street view on the 2nd floor.   The architecture of Prague was incredible huge ornate buildings with statues and tall spires.  The Charles bridge was filled with tourists, artists, and ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by johnhart

Yes it has a castle and a old town. Thats about it. I didn't rate it that much. Move on pretty quick.Next stop Berlin. I thought I take the night train to save a nights accommodation  not to waste a day. But I first had to survive the train journey. ...

Prague Rules, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague Rules

A travel blog entry by southbaykg

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... were staying. The hostel is in a building that must be 700 years old, but it's nice enough. We walked all over downtown Prague today, which is really amazing. It feels like we stepped back in time; all the buildings are really old, the cathedrals and ...

Hmmm...Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Hmmm...Prague

A travel blog entry by jaskate

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... see that unless you were going by train or car. We arrived in Prague in the late afternoon, and had to change currency as the Czech Republic use Koruny, not Euro. Then we made our way by metro to our hotel, which was a large building on the outskirts ...

Czech this out!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech this out!

A travel blog entry by emilyb

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This past weekend was our last weekend trip, to Prague in the Czech Republic. It was absolutely wonderful. Prague is known as "the Paris of the East" (although if you ask my Czech friend Tomas, who was our guide for the weekend, it's Paris that is the ...

The Shadow of Communism, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Shadow of Communism

A travel blog entry by harbadam

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... , as you might have guessed from my title...we have crossed over into Eastern Europe, aka the former Soviet Communist Bloc. While the Czech Republic is supposed to be one of the more modern countries, the evidence of its past still lingers strong. I'll be ...

Czeckin' it Out, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czeckin' it Out

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7

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We arrived here in Prague last night and just went walking.  What a sight we are seeing...its a beautiful city with more eye candy than you can imagine, especially if you're a fan of the ancient, the restored and some history.  If anybody were ...

Ma jihoamericka vidina/ South American Prophesy, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Ma jihoamericka vidina/ South American Prophesy

A travel blog entry by koutinka

This is a prophesy of my three months journey around South America, an anticipation of my most memorable adventures, my vision of stories that will happen and that will become the ones that I will remember with greatest ...

Jen's comments on Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Jen's comments on Prague

A travel blog entry by penns

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... of our favorites to date- at Chez Marcel.  It's a little French place, which feels very much like a neighborhood hangout.  The Prague-ers seem to be very into French cooking, as there are a ton of French restaurants here.  We had the best ...

First day of TEFL class, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

First day of TEFL class

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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... things to tell, I suppose.  Not sure if I'll be updating the travel pod quite as much in the next few weeks, as I'll mainly be in Prague doing my course, but perhaps if/when I do side trips on the weekends, at least, I'll update. Till' next ...

Stinky, beautiful Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Stinky, beautiful Prague

A travel blog entry by tubtooj

... on our trip I think. We also went to the National Museum which we quickly found out was not a museum to do with Prague, or the Czech Republic, but was much like most museums. Rocks, animals, bugs, bones, and people. It was neat to see though, even with ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by kateanddrew

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... marvelled at all the pretty buildings. From there, it was a nice ( although somewhat crowded) stroll across the Charles bridge with a prague sausage with mustard in hand, before retiring to a pub for a quiet $1.80 pint of the local pilsner. After that,we ...

More Time On Transport, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

More Time On Transport

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts

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... to combine Grey/Blue and Pink and Gold and Egg/Green in a building, let alone in a castle tower. Welcome to the Czech republic. Every courtyard I enter is also decorated with numerous patterns and detailed with wood paneling to the roof tops, wall upon ...

Golem town., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Golem town.

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

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... the ones which are especially hideous will now be know as golems. Jena says Joel is shallow, but he knows better. Coming out of Prague was much more difficult than coming in, the fact that Mad Mary (our GPS) only has Western European maps; had Jena nose ...

Tereza´s Graduation Ceremony, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Tereza´s Graduation Ceremony

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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When you finish your college in February in general you have your graduation ceremony in March in the Czech Republic. It took me only 508 days to get to this point. I created and printed out the official invitations, sent them to the entire family and the ...

The Hunt Was On..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Hunt Was On...

A travel blog entry by natandjames

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... play it safe and invest in a real estate agent. With bleach blond hair and skin shade to match, she was the epitome of a Prague holka ("a hip chick").  In her English, broken and with a thick rural Czech accent, she reassured us that she would find ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by kucharm

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What they say is def true...Prague is such a gorgeous city!  Yesterday we arrived here and did some walking and shopping.  We had some yummy Czech food for dinner followed by some tasty beers.  Shirley and I made great use of our umbrellas ...

Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by rora_8

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... is an amzing city. I was absolutely stunned by the unique beauty of the city.¨ Upon arrival I met up with a guy named Thomas from prague whom I met through Couch Surfing. He gave me a tour of the city as well as a full history of the city, its people ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope

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Snow. On and off all day. Lovely powdery stuff. Breakfast at Bohemian Bagels. First attraction was the Castle. Tramed up. Stopped on the way at a plaza to walk on snow. The inside of the castle was nice but nothing too amazing. St Vitus' was beautiful ...

Praha Day 2, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha Day 2

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna

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... views over the city! We then entered some sort of Royal territory, because the full dressed can't move a muscle Prague soldiers were appearing. There were beautiful landscaped flowers. Also, throughout the obviously private area beyond the park, held ...

Prague, Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by martinlizama

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Two weeks sumed up in two minutes, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Two weeks sumed up in two minutes

A travel blog entry by mjozwell

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... the whole country just seems so neat and tidy. Germany the next country was just supposed to be a transit place on the way to Czech Republic but somehow it managed to get it claws into us and keep us around for five days. In that time we cycled around ...

The Muppet Show, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Muppet Show

A travel blog entry by srb013

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... hours with no real destination in mind.  Revisited some of yesterday's sights and did some souvenir shopping.  The Czech Republic specializes in Bohemian crystal, amber jewellery, nesting dolls and funny hats.  We went into one crystal ...

Those czechs know their scamming..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Those czechs know their scamming...

A travel blog entry by dangerchristoph

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... a Giant Horse, that seemed to be just sitting on top of a large concrete pedestal. Now where I'm from these things are everywhere, but in Prague I suppose they only have one. Too bad. So the tour begins at 1 pm, and we began making our way at around 12:45 ...

Prague is COLD!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague is COLD!

A travel blog entry by coolkids

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... I brought with me and I'm still chilly! :)  We trekked up to the castle on the hill outside of the main center of Prague.  We crossed the Charles Bridge and the girls stopped at all of the jewelry venders (much to the boys chagrin).  Once ...

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