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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... just hanging there! We had walked under it about 3 times before realizing it! Anyways, it is another hidden treasure of Prague that most tourists (because they are dumb) don't ever see and I am we persisted on the search! I left John to go on my World War 2 tour of Prague! It was one of the highest rated things to do on Trip Advisor so I was looking forward to it. The guide first told us about the beginning of World War 2 and what happen to Czechoslovakia and how ...
... it's own country free of the 40 years of communist rule there seems to be a bubbling of energy just under the surface.....we heard about it and now we can feel it.
On our outing today we noticed again the scale of buildings are seem smaller with lot's of spires and small domes and ...
... open. We finally found a restaurant that seemed classy. This was great! Then we heard some music... And we found out the restaurant also had a club downstairs...then we decided to give the club a quick glance...and we found out IT was also...a strip club! So that's how our first night ended. With a peek into a room literally packed with 50 slobbering dudes and 3 topless girls. Ps, Chad also got a picture taken with a Guy Fawkes wizard. And he smelled like urine. No ...
... ways. We ended up at the second bar we went to on the bar hop. For the next few hours, we drank and danced to more one hit wonders and old cheesy pop songs than I can count, cracked jokes with each other, and just generally had an awesome time. The night started to end by stuffing our faces with pizza and gyros on the street curb (briefly interrupted by the oncoming tram), piggybacking along the street, and sitting in the lounge of the bar to talk more ****, before saying our final ...
... the Charles Bridge and there were lovely white blossoms that the old communist regime even couldn’t prevent blooming.
Standing under a hot, powerful shower in a hotel that supplied Thierry Mugler shampoo/conditioner/shower gel and remembering the crowds of tourists especially those from Russia in the Old Town Square yesterday, it is hard to imagine what changes one generation of Czechs have lived through.
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