Hostel Albert

Na Slupi , Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Days 153 - 156: Czech Republic & Austria

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... it was shown in the cinema for 3 weeks. For this reason they aren't really fussed on it even though the cities tourism demand lives and breathes it. Quiet the contrast to the South Koreans. When the film was released there, it did so well that some cinemas were showing it 5 times a day. One cinema owner in Seoul tried to figure out a way to be able to show it even more often, in order to bring in more customers. So he cut out all the musical numbers. Maybe I wouldn't ...

Pragueing around

A travel blog entry by newagenomad


... and looked at the interiors of this Synagogue its time and money well spent.
The Old-New Synagogue - (13th Century) well this is one of the oldest functioning Synagogue in Europe for that alone it's worth a visit. Also it is surrounded in Jewish legends and tales so it makes for a good stop to chat with local Jewish Museum staff.

D) The Little Quarter and Kampa Island- I love these areas. Cobbled maze like streets and very high on the authentic Prague ...

Czech Mate

A travel blog entry by jimnkim_europe


We caught the tram into Prague Old City to catch up with one of the Walking Tours.

We fronted up to a young girl with a Yellow "English" umbrella, and asked her about the walking tour, which she proceeded to describe in a perfect Aussie accent. She was born in Czechoslovakia, her parents having fled the country when she was three years old, ending up in Australia. She now lives in Czech Republic and was a great guide around the ...

Pražsky Hrad

A travel blog entry by catherine647


... look or feel very old, it does give you a sense of how small everyone must have been in the Middle Ages. The doorways will knock you in the head if you are more than about 5'6" tall and don't bend over. The highlight of our visit was Lobkowicz Castle. Even T. really enjoyed this. You have to pay an additional fee, which is reduced if you've already purchased entry to other sites at the Prague Castle, but it includes the audio guide. The guide doesn't overload you with ...

Pretty Prague

A travel blog entry by steph_evan


... we went and found the Old Town Square which has lots of restaurants and the famous astronomical clock. The clock is very beautiful and is another of the tourist draw cards of Pargue. Thinking with our stomachs we managed to find a great little restaurant just a few streets off the main square which did excellent food. After our meal of Prague Ham, Stuffed Peppers and a Czech Burger, we returned to the square and found a lady selling a Czech version of the Chimney Bread ...


This hostel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near Vysehrad National Cultural Monument, The Globe, Dvorak Museum, and New Town Hall -- (Novomìstská radnice).
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