Ariva Guesthouse

37 Vlkova Street, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by 2girls1world

... no one seemed to do anything, you just walk away from the beeping area. After awhile we headed outside where it had started to rain! Ugh. We regrouped and learnt more about the town, it was a big silver mining town back in the day. Now we had to walk to get on a bus to get somewhere else.. Whilst on the bus our guide read us out a menu from where we would be going for a late lunch so he could write down our choices and it would be ready not too long after we arrive. Rode on the bus ...

The haze in Prague stays mainly in the bars

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad


... Ivan made a speech to the room when the band took a break and we started chatting to a local Czech girl and her two Italian friends. Ivan had big eyes for the Czech girl who was ultra cute. Saturday morning was slow since it had been a particularly big night the night before, but Ivan and Vlad had to move hotels, which the mew one was only around the corner, thankfully!! Ivan went straight to the Irish bar, because the next ...

King Charles & The Zoo

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... the last week or 9 days in Prague and Munich I have consumed between 12 and 15L of beer. Its the Bavarian Conundrum. I didn't even want beer today. The menu comes out; 0.5L of quality beer 26CZK ($1.5AUD), 0.2L Soft Drink is 50CZK ($2.9AUD), 0.2L of fruit juice is 70CZK ($3.8AUD) 0.7L of water is 90CZK ($5AUD). What choice do I have?
Today was Tuesday, and another scorcher, mid to high 30s Celsius. The Prague Zoo was highly acclaimed on tripadvisor ...

Begin the beginning

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque


... into 5 distinct areas, each with its own attractions and culture. The Mala Stratna is located between the Castle District and the Vltava River which runs thru the middle of the city. The streets in this district are mostly cobblestone and are in good condition. The area is very clean and also very colorful. Most of the buildings date from the 1500s and are well preserved. Clearly this is a touristy part of town and we pass by many shops selling ...


A travel blog entry by dreamteam214


... at rush hour. After a well deserved drink, we made our way back to the hostel to cook our first gourmet meal of the weekend...pasta in the microwave! We met some girls from Glasgow in our hostel and in true British style we bonded over our love of getting wasted. Saturday was spent admiring faceless baby sculptures, the largest cemetery in Europe and the 'John Lennon Wall'. We spent ages trying to find this, making us thoroughly frustrated, only to discover a 50 ...

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This hotel, located in the Praha 3 area of Prague, is near State Opera, Kampa Park, Zizkov TV Tower, and Wittmann Tours.
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1.50 of 5 stars Poor