Hostel 5 - Podbelohorska

Address: Podbelohorska 17, Prague, 150 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Day 7: Prague

A travel blog entry by dkauten on Oct 19, 2015

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... in the present day. Interestingly, the Jewish Quarter is also the birthplace of the celebrated writer Franz Kafka, who is commemorated with a statue on Dusni Street. ESTATES THEATER The theatre was built by a liberal aristocrat, count František Antonín Nostic-Rieneck on his own Prague land plot with an approval of Emperor Joseph II. The foundation stone was laid on the 7th June 1781. When digging the foundations, a small container was found with ...

Prague 2 nights

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 27, 2015

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... unbearable and it's hard to comprehend what they actually did to them, very touching and sad place to visit. We then drove for a couple more hours and got to Prague around 5:30 and had to be ready for tea at 6:30 there was a little mix up with the rooms we got 2 single beds which is fine but the 2 single girls rooming together got a double so we changed with them, we quickly got ready by 6:30 where ...

The Czech Republic: Beyond Prague and Cesky Krumlo

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 01, 2015

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... in the 12th Century. The well-preserved Mediaeval fortifications of the town can still be seen, as can a great number of other historic buildings. Picturesque Masaryk Square at the heart of the old town is a particularly lovely spot.

Rozmberk Castle:

Standing above the settlement of the same name, Rozmberk Castle stands on a rocky outcrop that has been carved out on three sides over ...

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... large and the troops got lost inside the building. More troops were sent in and they also got disoriented and lost inside the large building. While this was happening, the broadcast was continuing. The Americans were coming from the west to start liberating the people of Prague and they were only about an hour away. At the same time, the Soviets were coming from the east and they were two days away. The Nazis knew they were in trouble either way and some of them ...

Bridges and Beer Spas

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 02, 2014

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... Bridge and it was similar with just a few strolling across. My first stop was to see the Infant of Prague, it is in a church just down from St Nicholas Church and opened at 8.30. The doll is inside a glass case and believed to have magical powers, there are prayers in all languages that you can use to ask for blessings from the infant.

The next stop was St Nicholas Church which is a Jesuit Church and considered the ...

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