Hostel 5 - Podbelohorska

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

Prague: being twenty five sucks!

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 09, 2014

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... described as "the talk", and that it was Victoria who had started the conversation. I would pay twice my body weight in gold (admittedly still not a lot) to recollect that conversation, to be a fly on the wall and see who was presenting what argument. Victoria says she doesn't remember it, I'm not sure if she's telling the truth or if she's embarrassed about the way it went, I'd hope she could tell me anything though. Secondly, she mentions something about her best ...

Good food and Communism

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Aug 14, 2014

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... on, some of the old city gates. After a bit more wandering, we stopped for a couple of beers and a very measly plate of chips, before slowly heading back towards our hostel. We decided en route not to risk cooking in the awful hostel kitchen, so opted for a Lebanese restaurant on the way home instead.

We stopped at the local supermarket on the way home, and bought milk and a few things for breakfast. After braving the horrible ...

East Prague

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

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... buried him in the top of the Old-New Synagogue where he supposedly lies today. We then walked to the Rudolfinum, a concert hall which is close to the Vltava river, which the Charles Bridge crosses. From here we also got a great view of the Prague Castle (really more like a palace now since the castle burnt down in the 1500s). We ended our tour here where then we grabbed lunch. After lunch we went to the Jewish museums which are made up of 6 different attractions- the Spanish ...

Transvestites, Porn Stars, and Cows

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 24, 2014

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... across the city each boast a jagged spire that stretches toward the sky. Ordinary city streets stretch as far as the eye can see in stripes of pastels as each building is painted a different shade of yellow, pale blue, or pink. Domes and church steeples can be seen peeking above the fairy tale red brick roofs all over the city. It's completely enchanting and like nothing we've ever seen. There can't possibly be any other city in the world that looks like Prague.

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Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by andrewalice on Oct 14, 2013

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... after they are buried, these tombs have remained as they were.


After the Jewish Quarter, we started our walk along the Vltava River. We saw the National Theatre, the bridge tower, the Charles Bridge and the view of the Castle.


At the end of our tour, Marek took us to U Fleku, which I believe it was one of the oldest pubs in the city. We ordered some pickled cheese and buttered cheese appetizers and all had a round ...

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