Hostel AZ

Address: Jindrisska street 5, Wenceslas Square, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 1 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by foxc on Jan 03, 2015

8 photos

... a very good guide and he showed us around all the main sites of the old town. Declan had moved from Ireland and been living in Prague for around 5 years. The tour was very informative and entertaining as Declan had been involved in theatre prior to becoming a guide in Prague and this showed through. He was able to keep the large group interested. It was very cold particularly down by the river and my face was frozen by the end of the tour. While the tour was free we paid by tips ...

Good food and Communism

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

344 photos

... the Museum of Communism. Here we spent a couple of hours going around all the exhibits. The museum presents a pretty grim account of Communism, covering daily life, politics, sport, education, media propaganda, the secret police, etc etc... The museum focuses on the totalitarian regime from the February coup in 1948 to its rapid collapse in November 1989, including a video showing footage of Jan Palach's suicide by self-immolation as a ...

Half-way Breakdown.

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... uhmm Starbucks iced white mocha no whip? Haha but I guess a cappuccino. Favorite drink: still White Russians. Favorite meal: either the Flemish stew with the croquets and Belgian waffles in Brussels or the veal with mashed potatoes, peas and asparagus with apple strudel in Prague. Or the gyros in Athens. Favorite food: Amsterdam cheese or gyros or kebabs. Or the nachos in Pamplona. We've had a lot of good food. Favorite dessert: Belgian waffles/ chocolate. Thing you miss ...

A Memorable Second Day

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 23, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... Most of the inscriptions on the headstones are worn away with time.

Next we visited the Klausen Synagogue which has also been turned into a museum. This museum held various artifacts categorized by the holidays they symbolize. For example in the Rosh Hashanah section we saw old Shofars and in the Purim section we saw Groggers. This was my favorite museum because I love how Jews all over the world celebrate holidays the same way. So many things about ...

Prague City Day 1

A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 04, 2013

3 comments, 2 photos

... fortunately the tram arrived in a coupe of mins so we didn't get too wet... Everything was going so well for the first 10 mins until our tram driver decided he didn't want to carry on... He stopped after about half of our journey and kicked everyone off... We had no idea why, but were not too worried as the teams were pretty regular, we would just get on the next one along... Unfortunately this team driver had the same idea and booted everyone off at ...