Hostel Arnosta

Address: Vorsilska 1, Prague, Czech Republic | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Aug 10, 2015

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Our tour of the castle doesn't start until 11.40 so the guide recommended I check out the Well Tower which is at the bottom of a set of stairs running off the forecourt. The well is glassed over now, but you can look down the 78 metre drop and see where the castle sourced its water. There's also a little shop that sells, amongst other things, mead so I bought a small glass of the cherry flavoured variety and sipped it on a little bench in the shade ...

Prague castle

A travel blog entry by rskil on May 21, 2015

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... the third courtyard with the cathedral was jammed packed with school students of all ages and tour groups of all sizes. We went into the beautiful gothic church that was full of high baroque treasures inside. Those who did not purchased a ticket could not go past the gate, so it was swarming with noisy tourists, past this section it became calm. It is huge and it is where royal marriages and ceremonies have taken place, the Czechs are particularly proud ...


A travel blog entry by jacquihawthorne on Feb 20, 2015

... intense. After we caught a tram back towards the hotel and got a pizza for dinner. We then went to a pretty dodgy pub called the magic planet. It was filled with cigarette smoke but we actually had a nice time there chatting with everyone else, and drinks were so cheap. Everyone was trying to use up all their Czech money so there was a lot of drinking! We had to air out our clothes so much at ...

1st Week in Prague

A travel blog entry by robmarfox on Dec 10, 2014

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... to an all day tram ticket. Cost $6 each but you can ride on any public transport as many times as you want in 24hrs. Such a great way to see the city. You hop off at one stop and wait only a few minutes for the tram you want to take. We had lots of rides and got off at various places including a different lot of christmas markets where we had a sausage lunch with hot wine! yum!! Also yummy is the trdelnik which is a sweet bread that is cooked as a tube as shown in ...


A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 15, 2014

... for me to remember that my favorite part of traveling is the people. It’s so easy to meet cool people because everyone is a young, curious traveler who is so unique from everyone else that I could talk to literally anyone for hours. I’ve also discovered that travelling with two people is much better than four (like last time I was in Europe). It’s too hard to make decisions or integrate with another group when you have four. ...