Hostel Emma

Address: Na Zderaze 10, Prague, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel
 
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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 Havel's Apartment Block.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... favourite place to perform and he chose to premier another one of his pieces here after that.

After the Old Town, Declan took us to the New Town to spend some time. Here he explained about a moat that used to surround the Old Town walls and the Powder Tower which is from the original walls but was later used to house gun powder and is now known as the tourist gateway into the Old Town. He pointed out the National Museum, which is currently closed until next ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by abbey.voyce on Jul 09, 2014

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... Quarters in Europe. The weather in Prague was extremely hot, nearly hitting 40c on the days we were there. We found a lovely cafe in the shade behind the church to enjoy lunch and rest the feet. Along with a million other people we walked across the span of the Charles bridge, the most famous bridge in Prague. The views from the bridge were really nice when you could see over the thousands of others jamming the bridge!! On ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 16, 2014

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... which traverse the city. (The tunnels have been closed by mudslides and town leaders over the centuries). In the labs, medicinal herbs are dried, fanned by heat from the furnaces and ventilation from sightless windows. Elixirs for youth, live and memory. Because the recipes were so secret, everything was written in code so the alchemists needed a good memory. Another project was to create a person from soil. Rudolph recruited his physician, a Jewish ...

Red, White, Blue in the Sky. Summer's in the Air

A travel blog entry by elaine74104 on Jul 05, 2013

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... for the conversion of the region to Christianity 1150 years ago. Celebrating the feast days of saints as a national holiday is especially interesting considering that we learned on our bus tour that the country is the most atheist in all of Europe with only about 10% of the population attending any kind of church. Even so, some of the most beautiful buildings in the city are Catholic and Protestant churches and synagogues.


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Jewish Prague

A travel blog entry by catherine647 on Mar 08, 2013

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... the Old-New Synagogue. It is simple but elegant and beautiful. You can feel the passage of time. Also beautiful and elegant is the Spanish Synagogue, though hardly simple with it's Moorish elements and a couple hundred years younger. Our last two stops in Jewish Prague were at the Klausen Synagogue and Ceremonial Hall. The hall was filled with paintings of death ritual in medieval times. Very cool. We had a peak at ...