Club Habitat

Na Zborenci 10, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near Globe Bookstore and Cafe, Tyn Court, New Town Hall -- (Novomìstská radnice), and Vltava Water Tower & Manes Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

A Beautiful Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 01, 2014

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... Mozart and enjoyed great piano music while dining and watching the clock strike 1pm and 2pm, then headed out to see the famous Charles Bridge, built by the famous King Charles IV, who ruled the city during the time that it operated as the capital of the Holy Roman Empire and was likely at the zenith of its prominence. The bridge is now a pedestrian only bridge and is home to 31 statues of saints and of Jesus, all of which ...

Prague and Last Day of Trip

A travel blog entry by dft on May 22, 2014

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... we were off to two other former synagogues that are now museums.  The walls of the Pinkus synagogue hold the longest epitaph in the world, listing the names of those from Prague who died in the Nazi concentration camps.  It also houses the permanent exhibition of children's drawings from Terezín. Terezín functioned as a transit camp between 1941 and 1945 where Jewish inmates were held before shipment east ...

Prague: Day 3

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 12, 2013

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... remember this is the beautiful art nouveau concert hall and multipurpose facility. I decided to take a tour (without the tour all you can see is the lobby), but I had to wait for the afternoon tour a 4pm. I decided to check out the Mucha Museum in the meantime.

Alfonse Mucha (MOO-kah) was a painter and graphic designer in the turn-of-the-century bohemian style. He, along with Toulouse Lautrec, essentially created the ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by ivory_ram2002 on Oct 22, 2013

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Dear Diary, October 22,2013Sausage and milk with a jelly doughnut,that’s what I had for breakfast during this thunderstorm. We still plan on going bowling and shopping,you can never change Cailynne’s mind...never. As for lunch we,well I,had fried cheese and fresh fruit with potato salad. We’re still bowling,Michael’s winning by 7 points. We all had chicken and cranberry sauce for dinner and then headed for a peaceful ...

The independence illusion

A travel blog entry by wolfpackofone on Oct 01, 2013

... places, to accept new ideas and possibilities, and above all else to shatter the idealistic view of solo travel as a glorious introspective time. Because once you shatter the independence illusion, it becomes increasingly apparent that extrospection is the true reason we travel alone, it opens us up to the world around us and teaches us that dependence, not independence, is the key to a functional society.


Stand bye for soviet slums and slumming at Oktopberfest ...