Hostel Pompo

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Travel Blogs from Prague

Our local milongas and dancers

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Jun 04, 2014

... enjoyable. So on the way home I was thinking to myself that I should appreciate the local dancers more. At the end of the day they are the ones I am improving with. Going through the ups and downs of tango. One day the same person you are dancing with may grow in front of your eyes so much and you are part of it because you were there all way long, dancing together, going through the upheavals and not that great tandas.They are the ones who dance with us each and every ...


A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jan 13, 2014

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... and then go to the Monastery at the top of the hill.  The town center was accomplished with little difficulty, but the Monastery was much more problematic, partly because it wasn't on any of the maps we had.  We eventually got there, had a light snack at their brew-pub and then got in to see their magnificent library.  After the Monastery we walked back down the hill and wandered around the old town and markets before heading to ...

Changing of the Guards

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Oct 06, 2013

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... It is definitely a happening place with plenty of people around, food stalls, hotels, bars and fast food joints. Apparently it is where all the prostitutes come out at night as well, so it is a little shady.

Back at the docks, we boarded our boat for the 3 hour journey up and down the river. The average age of the passengers seemed to be 60 so we were a little young. It seemed to be more geared towards bus tours and we were all crammed in. The buffet was ...


A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 02, 2013

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... ourselves for an uncomfortable (yet air conditioned) five hours. However, the bus only drove about 20 minutes before stopping again and letting us off at this tiny little station at the edge of the city. We were to change again and get on another train.

Here, my wish came true. We had our very own compartment taking us to Hogwarts. All we needed was a trolley rolling by with magical sweets.

Oh yeah. And air conditioning.


Always on the go.

A travel blog entry by findeuphoria on Jun 21, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... have a staring problem. But Reka said that that's the culture here, that people stare a lot. I thought it was weird but after a few hours it didn't really phase me too much. Nobody bothered me. After we got to Prague from a 5 hour train ride we had the afternoon to do what we wanted so we went into the Old Town and explored. And I found that Prague is just absolutely beautiful. There is so much architecture that you could stare at ...