Hostel Arnosta

Address: Vorsilska 1, Prague, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Day 7: Prague

A travel blog entry by dkauten on Oct 19, 2015

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... reconstruction took place in the years 1973 - 1974, and the last general reconstruction in 1983 - 1991. The original foundations of the building were reinforced, the enclosure walls were strengthened, the paintings on the auditorium and forestage ceilings were restored; the balcony parapets revealed surprising decorations made of paper-mache, used probably due to its light weight, as the auditorium’s enclosure walls are mostly made of wood and also the ...

Prague 2 nights

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 27, 2015

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... Checked out the church which had incredible stained glass! We then walked down to the John Lennon wall which was so interesting and went and found a amazing restaurant near the astrology clock which had yummy cocktails!!! When we were walking back to the tram and watched these incredibly talented buskers who used fire and balloons and a glass ball!! Then we caught the tram back to the hotel and went to ...

The Czech Republic: Beyond Prague and Cesky Krumlo

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 01, 2015

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Slavonice has a Renaissance town centre. Many of the buildings have intricate decoration and sgraffito designs. Beneath the town there is also a network of mediaeval underground corridors that have not to date been fully mapped out but do go beneath most of the houses of the town centre. These tunnels were built by home owners who wanted to get rid of the water flooding their cellars but was ...

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... Prague, the people told them they were too late and they had freed themselves the day before. But the Soviets insisted that the Czechs didn't understand that they were there to "liberate" them. This began the Soviets' dictatorship over the Czechs. The poor citizens of Czechoslovakia went from being under Nazi Germany's ruling to a few hours of freedom, to being under the Soviet's communism. At the time, a local artist was hired to create a statue of Stalin. When he told ...

Bridges and Beer Spas

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 02, 2014

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... was just a short walk back to the Main Square from here. We bought a Kurtosh - a circular rolled doe cooked then coated in cinnamon and sugar, very tasty.

This afternoon I went to the shopping centre to fill in time before we had our appointment at the BeerSpa… over to you Chris.
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For around AUD $80, you are given all the beer you can drink in 25 minutes and plonked in a spa bath ...