At Drummers Hostel Apartments

Myslkova 8, Praha 2, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel
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One month down

A travel blog entry by amandatravels

... even had hot water :) On September 25th we were supposed to go to Lakagigar, a volcanic fissure or craters, but we were unable to pass the heavy flowing river going across and it was pouring rain so it would have only gotten worse. So we had to turn back and head to Reykjavik. We stopped at the famous hot dog stand Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur. The hot dog comes with ketchup, mustard, mayo, relish, and both fried and raw onions. It was good but I don't see why it is so ...

The Past 6 Weeks! [A Beginning]

A travel blog entry by billygiese

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... wow'd by the sights I've seen. Prague is not a flat location, which is a great feature that I wish DC had going for it. I can't recall ever really being wow'd by the panoramic views of DC.

On top of being on top of Prague, we also visited the Old Town Square (another location I now frequent often), the Astronomical Clock, several pubs and [somewhat sketch] night clubs ("discotheques"), numerous parks, several elaborate churches, monasteries, and ...

Day 25

A travel blog entry by banvilleabroad

... As all of the cathedrals I've been in so far, it was incredable. The architecture, the art, stained glass windows, everything was done with some fine detail and precision. Photography was allowed, which was great, but a general silence was kept inside, which made it even more nice and peaceful. Just outisde the cathdral was a sort of kids area with armor to try on, watch a blacksmith make some tools, and do some arts and crafts. We weren't going to pass up ...

Off the (tourist) beaten track in Prague

A travel blog entry by diff54

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Enough of Castles and museum for at least a day, now to see less visited sites and more of how the people of Prague live. Off Wenceles Square there is much to explore. First we saw the only cubist lamppost in the world (happy to be corrected, or L. Planet is), hidden gardens, deco and Art Noveou buildings with organic and geometric designs, and delicate modern sculptures. Another challenging Cerny sculpture hangs from the domed ceiling of an Art Deco shopping arcade. A new take ...

Day 7, Thur July 19th (0km) Pics from Prague

A travel blog entry by duanet

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OK so I wake up not having to go anywhere on my bike. That is a very good feeling so maybe my ass can get a break. Prague is much better on foot than on bike - damn you cobblestones!!!

The hostel was quite nice - at least once the air conditioning was on. The guy working there wanted to talk a lot about bikes and the fall out from communism and the new capitalism affecting the world. Let me tell you it is better conversation than me saying to myself, ...

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This hostel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near Globe Bookstore and Cafe, U Fleku, Tyn Court, and Vltava Water Tower & Manes Gallery.
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