Travel Blogs from Czech Republic

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We liked Prague., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

We liked Prague.

A travel blog entry by warniefergs

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... with Pam (from Boronia)and Heather (from Bendigo). Lots of Aussies on tour with us. That night we went to a dinner with Czech music and dancing.  I danced with my best buddy Darla (from Canada). She is like my grandma and tells me lots of ...

EasyJet, not as easy as you would think..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

EasyJet, not as easy as you would think...

A travel blog entry by elizabethnease

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So after our wham-bam tour of London, we were off to Prague. We boarded the Gatwick express and headed to Gatwick to board our EasyJet flight to Prague. EasyJet is a great place to get really cheap air fair. The trick is to book way ahead of time. We ...

Tuesday Old Town, Cruise & Buying Train Tickets, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Tuesday Old Town, Cruise & Buying Train Tickets

A travel blog entry by lafalot

... at the Florence station and had to figure out how to transfer to the C line. Not one sign was in English - only strange (to me) Czech words and letters. Fortunately however, the letter C is the same in English as in Czech. Now that we knew the word for ...

Soaking it all in, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Soaking it all in

A travel blog entry by aporter

... bridge numerous times and saw all there was to see in the castle. The history, the architecture and, of course, the cold Czech beers were all perfect additions. There even seemed to be a unique vibe here. All seemed tranquil and everyone was ...

Last Day in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Last Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by johnandjerry

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... .  Many EU countries (like Germany) use the Euro for currency so you usually do not need to exchange money.  The Czech Republic has not joined the Euro currency zone yet so they still use their own currency.  So friends and family, until ...

The Czech Republic: Beyond Prague and Cesky Krumlo, Czech Republic, Czech Republic travel blog

The Czech Republic: Beyond Prague and Cesky Krumlo

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk

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... Site. The two castles with their respective villages and the landscaped country around them are delightful for a tour by bike or on foot. These are just some of the many lesser known highlights of the Czech Republic.  Content Courtesy TraveleZe ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by tahliejohn

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This is Prague. All up we spent about one week here on and off, in between our visits to Olomouc, Brno and while Tahlie was sorting out her UK Visa. Its a beutiful city with awesome castles, pubs, beers, museums and Charles Bridge! Hope you all like ...

A day trip, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

A day trip

A travel blog entry by angela_louise

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... this we went into the town itself where we looked at the architecture, saw the Italian court and the cathedral. We also had a lovely Czech meal of meat and dumplings. Back in the city we went to Cafe Imperial for dinner and I ate Tirimasu (yummy!). The ...

Early Morning Arrival in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Early Morning Arrival in Prague

A travel blog entry by melinda2000

After a very long flight from Toronto, we arrived in Prague jet lagged, and ...

Kutna Hora and the Ossuary, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Kutna Hora and the Ossuary

A travel blog entry by hippler

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My You Tube Channel is at https://www.youtube.com/user/hippldc/videos My full photo albums are at https://picasaweb.google.com/116164218068283848424 My Google + page is at https://plus.google.com/+DaveHippler Thursday, October 30, 2014 We took a day ...

Yeeeha in Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Yeeeha in Praha

A travel blog entry by carlynic

Prague was great! Absolutely full of pommy tourists. The highlight for me was meeting up with one of them, from London, and hitching a ride on the back of his brand new Triumph motorcycle through the streets of Prague. Not such a highlight though was the ...

Oh, the Water............, Mariaske Lazne, Czech Republic travel blog

Oh, the Water............

A travel blog entry by haveyouseenher

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... you can think of, and each one exists right here. People come from all over the world to the various spa towns in the Czech Republic to drink the waters as part of a cure, for diabetes, kidney disease, or arthritis. In Karlsbad there is a gigantic geyser ...

Czech us out!, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech us out!

A travel blog entry by magnumcy

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We took a very long train (7 hours) from Munich to Prague and I was a little bit toast to say the least.  No one slept much but we arrived in good spirits.  Our hotel was 1.5 miles away from the station and sadly no one told us that cabs here ...

Cobblestone paths make you go ouch, Zvíkovské Podhradí, Czech Republic travel blog

Cobblestone paths make you go ouch

A travel blog entry by anniehanson

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... ìš - Zvìkovské Podhradi 55km One of the things we had realised is that bike helmets are not mandatory in Czech, so after a nice brekky at the hotel, we were at the local bike shop to buy 2 bike helmets before starting our days journey. ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne

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Day 20 I loved Oktoberfest, I met so many great people camping, but after 2 nights, I had enough. I was the first to wake up, and quickly packed up my bag which I found floating in the water. I had signed up to go on a bus tour to one of the big castles ...

The Bone Church, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by leann-robyn

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From Prague we made a day trip to nearby Kutna Hora to see the Sedlec Ossuary (aka: bone church). It was somewhat disturbing but also very cool to be standing in the small church filled with approximately 40,000-70,000 human bones. Guess there's a first ...

Czech 1 2, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech 1 2

A travel blog entry by ademrocktheeu

After a whirlwind visit to Budapest we were excitedly on our way to Prague. Got there at 10pm after a 7 hour train ride. Found our apartment and we all nearly fell on the floor laughing. It was situated on the mainparty street of Prague on the 6th floor ...

Day 3 I guess, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Day 3 I guess

A travel blog entry by buchta

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Well day three is almost over. I just went out to eat at a pretty nice restaurant with about 12 other people from Omaha. It was pretty good but really expensive, I spent $25 for dinner and 2 beers. I got a message from Ross saying he can meet me here ...

Wonderful and Enchanting Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Wonderful and Enchanting Prague

A travel blog entry by justandlyndal

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... taken in 3 tours in the last 2 days, a Ghost Trail tour on the first night, the Prague Castle tour yesterday arvo, and a Czech Pub Crawl tour last night.  Have met some nice people, through the tours, but no-one travelling as long or as ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by abbien

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... this cool little hostel 'Elf' where we met some really nice people which also added to the experience. Also whilst we were in Czech, we went to this cool little town called Chesky Krumlov, which was the highlight of our short European stint. It was ...

Olomouc is refreshing!, Olomouc, Czech Republic travel blog

Olomouc is refreshing!

A travel blog entry by buchta

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... here. I think I am going out to Belmondo with them tonight and probably spending this weekend with them. Ross is so good at Czech, I wish I was that good. So UNO got a new mail system where pretty much all incoming mail gets quarrentined, it took me a ...

Another day, another country, Brno, Czech Republic travel blog

Another day, another country

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... having a death wish, despite how it seems), so I spent a long and boring day travelling to Brno, just across the border into the Czech Republic. Brno - for those of you unable to roll their r's, it sounds a bit like brr (as in, it's so cold!) -no. Or, ...

A Weekend in Snowy Cesky Krumlov, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic travel blog

A Weekend in Snowy Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by elizabethnease

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... a good choice: cheap beer and nice medovnik (honey cake) and apple strudel. I highly recommend the medovnik to anyone traveling in the Czech Republic. We all were so exhausted from the trip so we were eager to get back to the room and into bed. The ...

Bluegrass-Bands n' Bones, Kutna Hora, Brno, Czech Republic travel blog

Bluegrass-Bands n' Bones

A travel blog entry by skarpes

... had and was excited because as I gathered, their's was a Bluegrass Band!! I understood this word, but everything else was Czech... I couldn't believe it, a bluegrass band in Kutna Hora!?! Next thing I knew, they were asking me to play with them ...

Communism and Lego, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Communism and Lego

A travel blog entry by allansineurope

Communist Museum May Day Parade and Peaceful Demonstrations Lego Museum ...

More Touring of Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

More Touring of Prague

A travel blog entry by rlineurope

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Hi: So much for sleeping in Prague! Last night was SO loud, with the 2nd rendition of the drunken fools. We are not sure why they are all enjoying our little square, but they circled the area ALL bloody night! Seriously, these people scream at the ...

Historical Prague, Prague  Czeck Republic, Czech Republic travel blog

Historical Prague

A travel blog entry by peter_maggie

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... by a couple playing the violin and accordion playing traditional Czech music, ( and we learnt that the polka originated from the Czech republic, some useless information for that quiz night) They also  played later and sang for us, and we were also ...

Back in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Back in Prague

A travel blog entry by karli

Home for 5 days before heading to ...

The inaugral international wok surfing exhibition, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic travel blog

The inaugral international wok surfing exhibition

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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A much loved stop on the backpacker trail, Cesky Krumlov has to be one of the most picturesque little towns I have ever come across. A tiny place, it is possible to walk across the town in ten minutes, but what a beautiful ten minutes! Mostly situated in ...

Prague: Bachelors and Beer Taps, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague: Bachelors and Beer Taps

A travel blog entry by dianeinlondon

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... had there own taps that counted the amount of beer poured and then the table would split the tab. It was a fun first night in the Czech Republic and we went to bed late. All in all in was a fun and crazy start to our Experience in Prague!   Love ...

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