Dusni apartments

Dusni 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Chakra Roots

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney

... of life and how you must live it always to the fullest. We gave each other good insights. Cornelia floated around the ruin bar as I sat back and watched the show of this fun place. We ended up leaving after 2am, and waltzed back to our hostel after eating a falafel sandwich.
The next morning Cornelia transformed back into Courtney Etaf, and we had one mission in mind. That mission was to go to the old thermal baths up by city park. What better place to relax after a ...

Day 28 and 29 – Prague

A travel blog entry by tadtravels

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... similar to sauerkraut. We only partook of some pastries before heading down into the subway to catch a ride to a stop near the Charles Bridge.

The Charles Bridge is perhaps the most famous attraction in Prague. It crosses over the Vlatava River from one part of Old Town to the most enchanting and scenic part of Prague, which is on a large hill and crowned by the area known as 'Prague Castle’. Construction of the Charles Bridge ...

Dreamy Dresden and Pubs in Prague

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest

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... traditional Czech meals, so I ordered the beef goulash. It was extremely salty and a very intense flavour, however it was quite nice. You just can't eat very much of it because it's so rich. After dinner we moved on to another bar and had a couple of drinks and a chat (less than $2 AUD for a nice beer). I suggested we should try a traditional Czech liqueur called Slivovica. Eventually everyone gave in and we all tried it, I thought it was quite tasty however the ...

We arrived in Prague!

A travel blog entry by chaoticglitter

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... elixir for your soul. One of the ingredients has to be crumbled unicorn horn. It's very good. I also had goulash. My mom makes goulash. Whatever she makes is not actually goulash, still good, but I'm pretty sure it's not from the russia, Poland, Czech, or Germany (the main food influences here) cookbook. I am NOT insulting your cooking, your goulash is definitely good, just not the same. I also read a book where when the character lived in Prague, they would eat goulash all the ...

Hey Ho its off to Prague we go!

A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19

... Czech sold snack foods.
Left Munich on time 9.01 and travelled quickly out of the city into undulating hilly country - farming land punctuated by towns and villages as far as the eye can see. Occasionally we travel through woodlands and forests and are again impressed with the beautiful autumn colours. At ome point we passed a nuclear power plant and are pleased to note that Germany will rid itself of this power source by ...

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