Travel Blogs from Czech Republic

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Prague - day 1, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague - day 1

A travel blog entry by wama

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At LAST - we arrive in Prague - picked up at airport with 14 other people on our tour. Snow everywhere - fog. Magical. Arrive at hotel. Bed looks very inviting after almost 48 hours since we left Sydney. Warm bath - terrific for a tired body! Meet ...

Day 65:  Czech-ing out the Repulbic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Day 65: Czech-ing out the Repulbic

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... #of monies found: 6.50 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian,1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , 11 Czech Republic things, 5 cents Croatian, 2 Hungarian fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei cents  # of New beers: 42 # ...

Pretty Prague... a photo paradise, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Pretty Prague... a photo paradise

A travel blog entry by mauza

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Waking up in a new city is always exciting but to look out the window and see light snow flakes falling is sheer delight... no snow cover on the ground yet but with temps of -4 to 1 degree there is a good chance it be white later.. Alas or maybe ...

To Prague via Linz..., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

To Prague via Linz...

A travel blog entry by kalendradee

Headed out of Salzburg after dropping Mom and car off at the airport. My train to Linz departs at 15:35 and then I transfer, so I'll be in Prague tonight at the Chilli. Prague is gonna be a three day stint! Things are booked solid mostly. So it's the ...

Fairy Tale Castles, Jazz Music, Deco and Hooligans, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Fairy Tale Castles, Jazz Music, Deco and Hooligans

A travel blog entry by dcraven

NOTE: PICTURES WILL FOLLOW AS SOON AS CRAVEN GETS HIS CARD READER FROM THE HOTEL ROOM, BUT RIGHT NOW, HIS FEET ARE TOO TIRED. Breakfast this morning was significantly better. There was even fruit, and some of the students actually had a bit. I don't ...

Prague...

Prague..."Czech It Out"

A travel blog entry by bella0021

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... ... Eastern Europe!  We got to the main part of town and split up, got some money, and had some lunch at a typical Czech restaurant.  They don' t use the Euro here, they use Krounes.  It was strange because 2000 Kroune was about 80 Euro, so ...

The Bone Church, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by dancer_alison

Later ...

The Past 6 Weeks! [A Beginning], Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Past 6 Weeks! [A Beginning]

A travel blog entry by billygiese

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... walking the streets! High-Heels are great because everyone becomes a baby giraffe, and dangit those creatures are adorable. 2. Dogs. Czech people love their dogs. Especially little dogs. The other night I was riding the tram home, and I stood next to a ...

Prague, Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by timbo_and_sue

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... our romp through Italy. (Iīm still full). After a few sausages with mustard and more good bread we were out of Austria. Prague, Czech Republic - With Prague came more wet weather, 3 days worth. Oh spring time in Europe... We did manage to get out and ...

Eye's On The City, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Eye's On The City

A travel blog entry by nzivanovich

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... place a home away from home. I want to share some things that people probably wouldn't expect from Europe and especially the Czech Republic. It might seem weird hearing this but Prague has some of the most diverse food cultures that I have ever seen, ...

Trip week 2: Beautiful Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Trip week 2: Beautiful Prague

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa

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... celebrate. Apart from that, I was happy to come from the Southeast Asian beer capital (Vietnam) to the European beer capital (Czech republic). It is a well known fact that Czech Republic had the highest beer consumption per capita. A pint inns decent ...

Springtime in Prague-Part 1, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Springtime in Prague-Part 1

A travel blog entry by johnandjerry

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... yes, it has its own washer in the bathroom... Prague has a mix of visitors and you hear all languages being spoken.  The Czech language seems incompreesible to me; I know only a few words like "please", "thanks", "hello", "dark beer"; the important ...

Pretty Prague :), Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Pretty Prague :)

A travel blog entry by loznwayne2euro

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3 beautiful nights in Prague! It had such a good feel very historic and gorgeous grand buildings!!! Spent the first afternoon wandering the Prague castle grounds which us the biggest in Europe it had like 5 palaces the big cathedral towers and tunnels ...

czech, Ceskys and prague, Czech Republic travel blog

czech

A travel blog entry by emilita

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gaer ...

Czech Republic - Karlovy Vary, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech Republic - Karlovy Vary

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... till its end where the Muzeum Jan Becher is located. Since our "Becherovka" is one of the most typical and popular drinks in the Czech Republic (of course, besides beer and slivovice :)) we had to make a tour. As we didnīt want to wait for the tour in ...

Czech Republic - Broumov, Broumov, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech Republic - Broumov

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... monastery is situated from the 13th century. The Benedictine monastery in Broumov belongs to the national cultural heritage of the Czech Republic. In the monastery's refectory there is exposed a copy of the so-called Turin Shroud, which was found in ...

Drunk in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Drunk in Prague

A travel blog entry by mo0ks

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... the public transport system.. we hopped on a tram and made our way to the hostel we had booked for one night.. Sir Toby's. The Czech Republic is much more affordable than the European countries to the west.. so we decided to "splash out" and got a private ...

Climbing a Tower and Dinner for 2, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Climbing a Tower and Dinner for 2

A travel blog entry by allansineurope

Hiking to the Petrin Tower   Dinner for Two   ...

Prague and Kutna Hora, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague and Kutna Hora

A travel blog entry by herby

Got the bus back to Prague on Sunday and met Geordie close to the hotel.  We had decided to treat ourselves to a little luxury after not having seen each other for nearly 6 weeks.  Of course, Prague being the expensive city it now is, our hotel ...

Cesky Krumlov, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic travel blog

Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by sreichs

... and stay in one place for longer then 3 nights, and sleep in. and i was glad i did it here. I needed to save money as well and czech is the place to do it. my hostel was like 8 euros a night, beers at the bar were never more then 1 euro a pint, it was ...

Partying with the Profs again., Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Partying with the Profs again.

A travel blog entry by lkmilem

... some yummy stuffed spinach pizza on the way to temporarily satisfy out stomachs. It felt like it had been sooo long since I was in Czech class because I'm a little rusty. There are so many damn rules and a total of 14 cases! Ugh, craziness. By the end of ...

Prage/Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prage/Praha

A travel blog entry by nikolas

Amazing ...

The Old Town and Market, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

The Old Town and Market

A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels

It was a beautiful day, and we took the tram to the station near Wenceslas Square and started walking.  It didn't take any time to come across a large outdoor market, and the kids were drawn right in.  There were a number of fruit and vegetable ...

Prague, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by clare_pinki

Prague (by Dan), Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague (by Dan)

A travel blog entry by danno0

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The flight From Amsterdam to Prague was wonderfully easy. We met some Americans at our hostel who were on the same flight. They had decided to take a cab from the Prague airport to the city (about $90 U.S.). Being the cheap travelers we are, Kim and I ...

Princess Bride, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Princess Bride

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... are on a slant - roof, natch, and the view above the red roofs is magical, much like that of Peter Pan, I'd imagine, were Wendy Czech. I did feel like flying. I wanted to sit around and relax but this is Prague, people. Are you kidding me? I walked back ...

City Night Line + Prague Day 1, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

City Night Line + Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna

... , apart of our travel experience and fortunately (So far) our worst encounter. The best news? We made it to Prague! Prague, Czech Republic Day One Praha, at last! We collected our luggage and dashed out of the sweatbox train into Praha Hlavi N’dair ...

Vroeg op, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Vroeg op

A travel blog entry by bosnl

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Vandag om 6 uur opgestaan. Ik wilde de Karlsbrug wel eens leeg zien. Bij de brug aangekomen zie ik tot mijn verbazing dat er toch al tientallen mensen rondlopen, de meeste om foto's te maken. Maar in verhouding tot overdag en 's avonds is het er ...

Prague - Day Three, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague - Day Three

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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The Czech Republic is known for their artistic glass works. I really wanted something made here but none of it appealed to me.  John's mom and my Aunt Ida would have loved it.  After shopping in countless "Bohemian" glass stores, we decided to ...

Praha, Prague, Czech Republic travel blog

Praha

A travel blog entry by smac

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We arrived in Prague around 2pm and started a walking tour of the city, which is just beautiful. We started at the castle, then made our way across the river on a bridge with lively street performers into the old town. Dinner was at the hotel, and ended ...

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