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

      What is Prague like.

      A travel blog entry by jayton on Sep 04, 2014

      ... big city. Prices vary wildly from one street to the next. A beer in the Old Square is 70 Crowns (about $4) for 500 mils. Walk 200 meters down the road and you pay 35 Crowns. The same applies to meals. Not a lot of money for a beer, but by going into the quieter areas you can halve your daily food and drink bill.

      Food is mainly traditional Czech style. Dumplings, sausages, pigs knee ...

      Top deck tour and our sneaky tour leader

      A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 17, 2014

      ... the driver instructer on training camp and had spent lots of time waking kaz up. as Kaz continued to talk we realised there was more to this. WE WERE HER 1ST TOUR. sneaky sneaky Kaz. it took a couple of people a little bit of time to actually click to what she was saying. for a first tour kaz had done amazing and none of us had clicked but it did make alot of thing's make more sense like a couple of time when her story changed or she seemed unsure of things and ...

      Terezin

      A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 11, 2013

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      ... outside of the city center. This is where political prisoners or Jews that caused trouble were sent to be torture and killed. We saw the work yard, where Jews worked from 6am to 6pm every day. Prisoners were not allowed to talk or even gesture to each other. We learned that though this camp was kept in better condition than some of the others, almost every single Jew that passed through here died of either starvation, sickness, or was killed later in Auschwitz. ...

      Another day in Prague

      A travel blog entry by fitchett on Jun 14, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... ice cream and more delicate. Well worth a try and likely to come to NZ some time, if they haven’t already.

      The evening was devoted to dinner with David’s colleague Petr and two of his students, Tereza and Tomas who are planning on starting a PhD in the near future. We had a wonderful meal at a restaurant, called U Seminaristy, that we had visited with Petr on an earlier visit. Marion got the chance to eat ...

      Last day in Prague and off to Berlin

      A travel blog entry by travisbravo13 on Jan 17, 2013

      ... getting on the train. With a book not much other than a book shop nearby Fiona and I went in to see what we could find...Fiona found 2 books that she liked, The Life of Pi and The Choice. After leaving the book store we sat down for 10 minutes filling in our Interrail passes and waiting for our platform to appear on the scream, eventually it came up with platform 3 and we headed off to wait for the train which was delayed 5 minutes. The train came and right where we were ...