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Travel Blogs from Prague

Independence Day

A travel blog entry by abryan124


... table! It truly is a small world! We hungout and recapped our trips since Brussels and sadly he is leaving Prague tomorrow. He said I would have fun here and I do believe it! Everyone at the hostel is pro-American so every 10 minutes a USA chant would start! Everyone in the bar would start yelling it even if they were Irish or Dutch. It was a really awesome to experience Independence Day abroad! I would love some BBQ and fireworks ...


A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... getting treated like he was a pretty big deal. His applause lasted about 10 minutes with about 800 bows to the crowd. Then he went and got the composer and more clapping and applauding. But he was incredible. Haven't seen piano like that before. The chaps then came and moved everything off again for the final movement. It was a really nice show and a successful end to Prague.

Our flight was quite early the next day so jumped on the bus home and packed! Goodbye Prague!


Pretty Prague

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... It was delightful to walk around town, I was in deep admiration for the gorgeous architecture that surrounded us. Hitler loved Prague so unlike most of European cities Prague did not undergo as much damage and is one of the best preserved medieval capitals in Europe.

Our first stop on the tour was the Old Square which is highly touristic and also the home of the unique astrological clock in the City Hall tower. The clock ...

Prague - day 2

A travel blog entry by rojaleca


... as her mother in England had a fall 14 months ago and suffered a severe TBI, and Anna has been caring for her since. She insisted I come out with her and her friend Len, also a kiwi, and his ex wife Oli, a Czech, who were her neighbours when they were married in the 90s. Sounded a bit nuts but i figured it would be silly to refuse, so I went with her across the road to Len's apartment (who was in his 60s and seems likely to die from a smoking ...

Czeching out Prague

A travel blog entry by katcob


The flight into Prague was very fast. It took less than two hours and we were back to back winter. Jan met us at the airport and walked us through all the pay parking lots to were he had parked for free in front of a hotel. He loaded our luggage on top of some Ikea bags filled with laundry and we were on our way. He taught me some Czech on our twenty-five minute drive into the city. Nemloven cheski means I don't speak Czech. Very useful! ...


This hostel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Globe Bookstore and Cafe, Tyn Court, U Fleku, and New Town Hall -- (Novomìstská radnice).
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