Arpacay Backpackers Hostel Prague
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Great place to stay with a great atmosphere. Comfortable beds, good staff, and clean.
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... Cara and Indian for dessert, a cappuccino and absorb the beauty of this cafe. You won't find this immediately off the tourist routes, but if you make the trip you will not regret this stop. 7. The best kept secret in Prague, the National Monument at Vitkov Hill. Home to the Czech Tomb of the Unknown Solider and Ceremonial Hall, the history and city views from here are amongst the best of Prague. Crowds are nonexistent. 6. If you want an authentic piece of ...
... to an Indian man's art. It was contemporary art and it was very...unique because it was pornographic with parahumans in very violent scenes. All the paintings had bright colors and were appeal at first glance, but on second look one could see the gruesome scene. This was probably the artists purpose but it was a little much for me.
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... groups making it impossible to get from one section to another. People stoping to take pictures every two feet. Awful.
The second was a small, much less crowded and much more degraded church. This was one of the ones that they made no attempt to make appealing to tourists. And that's why I liked it so much more! It had charm, sure the decorations were fading, but they were from the 10th century and in their original form. ...
... and they do not watch the sporting event that is on TV. The upstairs restaurant in Pivovar is adorned with silly cartoon-like depictions of drunken Czechs and is bordered with thick clean wood. Paul McCartney plays in the background and the music transcends the mother tongue of the patrons who also have in common the crisp lager they drink that has been perfected for centuries and in this exact moment pairs perfectly with the British pop icon. For dinner I have duck. The ...
... the kind of girl that would go for me. By rights she should be more interested in those tall Aussies I keep complaining about. Yet tonight I'm going all out, guns blazing. She's convinced it's not going to happen, that I'm to be left out in the cold once again, thwarted by an Adonis. I'm not having any of it, but my futile attempts are met with a swift rebuttal at every turn. Hours of effort, painstakingly pretending to not be interested, ...