Hostel Emma

Na Zderaze 10, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Bohemian in Prague

A travel blog entry by websterfamily14


... to modern architecture in the old city. From there we wandered down to Charles Bridge, as most visitors to Prague and then on to the Old Town Square. It is true what they say, you do get a feel for what Europe was like before they bombed it and split it in the name of ideology and progress! It is not unusual to hear violin, piano etc being practiced from fifth story windows and the amount of recitals and concerts available is astounding. A ...

October 17th - Prague

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan


... ready for a late lunch. Ro was keen to have a walk and explore before we set in for the night. We were only 5 mins from the Charles bridge so that’s where we walked. The streets were busy and filled with camera wearing tourists. We began to hear English again on the streets for the first time in a while but no Australian accents. The bridge was covered with small stalls, selling jewellery, paintings etc. Our walk was not ...

Eastern Europe, Undiscovered Jewel

A travel blog entry by paulchng


... We arrived at Buda and we were on a hill that overlooked towards Pest. So we learnt these 2 parts of the city were to form Budapest.

We travelled past the Chain Bridge and took many picturesque photos along the Potomac River. We also visited the Heroes Square where it reminded me of Paris. The boulevard leading to it reminded me of Champs Elysees in Paris, no wonder Budapest is known as the Paris of the East.

Do remember to visit ...

Slight Change of Plans

A travel blog entry by lolopdx


... At the end of Melantrichova Street, opposite the Old Town Square, is Wenceslas Square. When we walked through the square yesterday we saw a number of food booths that looked delicious, but at the time we were not hungry. Today we decided to pick up lunch from one of the booths. We decided on crepes. They were much larger then I anticipated, about twice the size of the ones I make at home, and we're delicious. After lunch we still had 3.5 hours until ...

Ballets & Beer Gardens

A travel blog entry by kklacey


... but Grant brought his iPod and rapped a few songs for people. The crowd was alright-we were surprised and pleased that people were all singing in English.

Today (Monday) we had Culture class from 9-1. We watched part of a movie on Punk and discussed that and also picked topics for our research papers. I think I'm going to do mine on David Cerny (the artist who did the crawling babies, MeetFactory, and the action figure type ...

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This hostel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near Frank Gehry's "Fred & Ginger" House, Globe Bookstore and Cafe, Tyn Court, and U Fleku.
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