Alia Hostel

Address: Vladimirova 8, Prague, 140 00 , Czech Republic | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Praha 4 area of Prague, is near Vysehrad National Cultural Monument, State Opera, Wittmann Tours, and National Museum (Narodni muzeum).
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Coming live from the corridor of wagon 260

A travel blog entry by phenri on Jul 30, 2015

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... second night at the Popocafe, when we entered a cacophony of roaring German speed metal. Concerned that I had possibly misguided us in returning to the Popocafe, Metalman amiably assuaged all our fears by roaring in our group's direction and holding up devil horns. Actually, this was a pretty intimidating greeting, but his blood-curdling roaring turned out to be his standard salutation to every other person who entered the bar that night.

I should clarify that Metalman was ...

30,000 steps

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 28, 2015

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... through Old Town, which reminded me a bit of Rome: very narrow streets filled to the gills with tour groups. We crossed the Charles Bridge, which was great in terms of view and cool statues, but very crowded. Once across the bridge, Bonnie spotted an outdoor food festival, which had some good chow. We headed back across the river and walked along the river banks until we came to the "Astaire and Rogers" building, which was built to ...

Day one Prague - Don't take a nap...or else

A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 03, 2015

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... hotel so we left our luggage and walked to a local restaurant recommended by the front desk staff - Lokal. We had a great lunch. All ordered something different. Everyone drinks beer here for lunch. They come as big beer and little beer glasses. The waitress walked up and said "6 beers"? the guys tried the local beer while the rest of us had water. Prices were low - 43CZK ($1.90). Soup $1.50. Bob had the most expensive ...

Prague - Where beer is cheaper than water

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Dec 17, 2014

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... This works well as the guide is always putting on their best performance to obtain the appropriate
reward. Our guide was an expat American named James. He has lived in Prague for a number of years and truly loves the city and its people. He gave an excellent tour and kept us all, the kids included, interested the whole time.

The second night we did an underground tour ...

The weird, wonderful and whimsical

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 26, 2014

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... during the plague, the Hundred Years' War, and was a place the people living in the old Jewish ghetto buried their dead. The space filled up quickly, and peculiarly the monks decided that they'd do some interior decorating with the excess of bones. We have visited many churches and cathedrals in our month and a half in Europe, but the ossuary was the coldest we've been in so far. It was so confronting, the bones of some 60,000 people arranged ...