Charles Square Hostel

Vysehradska 53, 2, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel
Prices starting from $46.00

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A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27


... sheet on why the place was filled with bones and the history of the area which was quite interesting. We walked into the town centre and got some lunch and strolled round there. It seemed like a nice little town but we weren't there for long as we had to walk back down to the station. Got the train back into Prague and then went out for dinner - steak dinner for £8, can't complain! Especially when Dave's paying...... ...

Milking the Pig

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... and guerrilla advertising techniques. Maybe Tony was wrong and you can milk a pig after all...

Well, my battery just gave me the ten minute warning so it's time to wrap it up. Three days of wondering Prague, dodging the herds of walkers, hiking the hills, and just relaxing were the extent of our time in the Czech Republic. Refreshed and relaxed we're on our way back to Wroclaw for a couple more days at babcias' house before heading east.

Inter-Railing: Prague

A travel blog entry by babytraveller


... there, as well as in the markets, just having a relaxing day since we'd done so much yesterday.

Having been to Prague twice now, and enjoyed both times, I wouldn't mind going back. I had a great time and it was nice to see an old friend, as well as how different the same place can look in two seasons.

3rd August 2013

"We ended up getting a Taxi to the hostel which was actually really expensive but ...

Prague-Shopping and Hopping

A travel blog entry by teamjp

... green bill can get you places. To take a break from all the hard work of shopping we sat down to eat at a hidden gem where we enjoyed home made pasta and very friendly service. We headed back to the hostel to get ready for a night out on a pub crawl. We spent the night bar hopping from street to street through underground caves and interesting roads enjoying traditional Czech ...

George & Martina's Prague

A travel blog entry by rotarygse


... castle. There we got a little lesson from our resident architect, Rob, in the history and purpose of flying buttresses. Stop laughing; it is not what you are thinking. Then on to an amazing Bohemian meal of beef sirloin with sliced dumplings (think white bread) in a Minnesota lake of creamy gravy. We un-wedged ourselves from our chairs and rolled down the hill to the breathtaking Charles Bridge. Much like home, Prague is a city of bridges, and the Charles Bridge is the ...


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