Hostel 123

Ve Smeckach 12, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

When Steve met Stefano

A travel blog entry by madanaki

4
15

... served quality Pivo. So, after skirting several thousand tourists, river crossings, bear fighting and a couple of stray Panzer Divisions, they finally found this mythical Monastery and enjoyed some excellent amber nectar. Stefano had been to a Beerest in a park the day before and still had some beer tickets left. So, the intrepid pair set off once more to brave the public transport system of Prague and eventually came across a beer tent the size ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by emseurope

10

... participating in the optional canal cruise. The canal cruise was a great way to see more of Prague and from a different view, our tour guide was a local and gave us a good insight to Prague and the history behind some of the wonderful buildings. The canals were an experience in themselves as we waited 10-15mins every time for the water level to rise or lower depending on which way we were going. Everyone said though the best part was the buffet they provided for us, it ...

Czech Beer

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

72

... go inside the chapel, but it was quite nice.

We headed back down to the river and because it was too early to eat, we walked up through the backstreets to a church that we had seen on the bus into Prague. Unfortunately we could only go inside the foyer because it was closed. So we walked back down to the river where there is a new building partly designed by Frank Gehry called Dancing House. It is a homage to Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire and it looks ...

Day 26 - Warsaw to Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by emilyjms

2

... were roasting. We pulled into a service station and bought a powerade, two iceypoles and two polish hotdogs. I wanted to live in that air conditioned service station! Every lake or river we contemplated pulling over for a swim but we weren't sure if they'd be safe or not. We crossed the boarder into Czech Republic and every town we passed through had an ice cream stall with a line down the street. There were fields of ...

Melting in Prague

A travel blog entry by mattadore

1

... had been told about on the other side of the river from the Old Town. It was a fair walk through Letna Gardens and took me past the Prague Metronome which was the site of the biggest Stalin statue ever. After they demolished the statue they built the metronome to symbolise time lost and time remaining. There were great views looking along the river at the Charles Bridge. I got to the beer garden around 3.30pm, found a nice shady spot, and enjoyed a well earned beer. After that ...

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