Hostel Atlas

Address: Ve Smeckach 13, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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      Free Market at work in Czechslovakia: Hotels

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... in the Iron Curtain countries. (I will explain my memories of this in greater detail in my subsequent emails dealing with my experiences at Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall and Auschwitz during my trip through the East Bloc (Russian satellite) countries in 1973, 40 years ago.) The reason is simple if not immediately obvious; last year Prague had seven million tourists; what used to be down town residences have been ...

      Prague, Czech Republic...this place is OLD!

      A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... to a great evening with friends. Once the fireworks had ended we carried on towards the castle looking out for the metro station as it was a different stop than where we had gotten off a few hours earlier as we had walked quite a distance. Around every corner we discovered more and more beautiful buildings to admire and photograph. The moonlight and old fashioned street lights created such a dramatic backdrop for these buildings, which we took the opportunity to photograph. ...

      Prague - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by emthom on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... the tunnels and the museum on whole was very good. After the museum we went back to the town square and bought a trdelník which is a circular Czech sweet dough. We then headed back to our hostel for a free walking tour of the neighbourhood. We saw the John Lennon Wall, the Kampa Art Gallery, and Kampa park. After the tour we went back to the astrological clock to see the bells ring and the statues move. In the evening we tried Czech beer but neither of us liked ...

      Lost and Found

      A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 25, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... instruments. There were 3 male singers and 2 female singers who were accompanied by two harpsichords, two string instruments that resembled large banjos (but were played a bit like a dulcimer), violin, viola, bass, and two period style flutes. We enjoyed the instruments more than the singers they accompanied, but the musicians were undoubtedly very accomplished. We were fortunate to have seats that were positioned behind and above the stage ...

      Day 12 Topdeck Tour - Sobering Mauthausen

      A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Dec 11, 2013

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      Had a great comfortable sleep finally and woke up refreshed and ready to go. We were on the bus by 8am and headed to Mauthausen Concentration Camp which was the largest concentration camp in WW2 and the last to be liberated. It was one of the only two Grade 3 camps which had the harshest conditions of confinement and the highest death rates in all the concentration camps in the German Reich. It was both an extermination and working camp with the ...