Address: Ve Smechkach 603/13, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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        Day 7: Prague

        A travel blog entry by dkauten on Oct 19, 2015

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        ... the ceiling is made of wood. It was recommended not to replace any materials in order to preserve the excellent acoustics. A copy of the original chandelier from 1874 was made and installed, which was partially powered by gas. There are 148 light bulbs on the new chandelier, which weighs approx. 800 kg. After the reconstruction, there are 659 seating places and 20 - 40 standing places available in the Estates Theatre. MANTO GALLERY A mere 20 minutes from ...

        Czech Republic

        A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jul 02, 2015

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        So Prague was a little bit of a blur. Our drive there from Vienna was fine. We stopped in an old medieval town called Cesky Kromlov. It is all windy cobblestone streets, pubs, shops of wooden souvenirs, a large tower and castle wall. There is a moat surrounding the whole city, and there were many kayakers and rafters enjoying the water. I had a panini for lunch from a cafe and walked around for awhile. I didn't climb up the tower, but walked up on the castle wall and ...

        The Czech Republic: Beyond Prague and Cesky Krumlo

        A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 01, 2015

        12 photos

        ... for drinking water. Throughout its history is has also been used as a hiding place for those who needed it.

        Kutna Hora:

        Kutna Hora is a city that developed because of the area's silver mines, and it became a centre of power in the 14th and 15th Centuries. There are a number of historic buildings and important monuments in this city and nearby is another famous attraction, the ...

        Czech Us Out!

        A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

        13 photos

        ... of this job offering, she was so ashamed that she committed suicide. The man built the sculpture anyway and it ended up being the largest sculpture of Stalin ever, even bigger than the statue of Jesus in Rio. The artist took a taxi to the unveiling of his statue and asked the taxi driver what he thought of the statue. The driver explained that it's a disgrace and that the creator would be shot because one of the people sculpted behind Stalin looked as if his hand ...

        Bridges and Beer Spas

        A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 02, 2014

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        ... the good stuff that is used to make beer, with your (BYO) partner.

        Afterwards, you are wrapped in sheets and blankets and you lie on a bed of straw and all the beery stuff and moisture drains/evaporates.

        At the end of your hour (if you can still stand), you get dressed, you are told your skin will be smoothest if you don't wash the beer bits off until tomorrow and you have to walk up the steps to the ...