Hostel Prague Lion

Address: Na Zborenci 6, Prague, 120 00, 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 New Town Hall -- (Novomìstská radnice).
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      Czech Us Out!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

      13 photos

      ... was created as a result of an nightmare that a famous local writer, Franz Kafka had. Kafka was very influential to Prague both during his life and now. He had lived in many different places around the city and had studied in various places in Prague too. Declan pointed out at least a dozen places that were of importance during Kafka's life. He was a very gifted writer and wrote eloquently about a dream he had. In this nightmare, he was being chased by a headless giant and ...

      Berlin, Dresden, Prague

      A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 12, 2014

      8 photos

      ... square very soft pillows. Funny dooner things, single size, folded in half. No instructions. 8/1/14 Breakfast black coffee ( for me) and pastries from the Bakerei downstairs. We spent the day walking around Berlin. We find crossing roads slightly less confusing than in Amsterdam. Not quite as many bikes out to get us. We still forget which way to look for cars, which can be interesting. And it doesn't seem as if trams give way to pedestrians...ever. We start off ...

      Our last day in Prague THIS TRIP.

      A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 29, 2013

      3 comments, 22 photos

      ... is nearby- it is a majestic building and has the interesting name of "The Ball Game Hall". The huge deep Stag Moat divides the castle complex from this very lovely garden.

      We had a really nice stroll from here to the Mala Strana area, the "little quarter" which is below the castle and is our favoured tram and metro stop. In Letenska Street, we stopped to pat a couple of friendly dogs and were "invited" by their owner into a coffee shop (which he just happened ...

      Czech us out

      A travel blog entry by outofthegu on Mar 08, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... to panic that the city was being bombed, though the policemen seemed unbothered (even after discovering bread rolls wrapped in tissue and a handful of soft cheeses during the bag inspection). It turned out the new president was being sworn in at the castle this morning and they marked the occasion with a massive explosion. This event also meant we were constantly diverted as we tried to look around the castle...which we didn't ...

      Sounds of Classical Music

      A travel blog entry by maryandjeff on Aug 18, 2012

      94 photos

      ... who participated in all levels of society. Within Prague, the city had the third highest Jewish population in Europe. Prominent Czech-born Jews were Franz Kafka (Writer), Gustav Mahier (Composer) and Sigmund Freud (Father of Psychoanalysis). Prague’s Jewish quarter is unique in that this area alone among the areas of Europe occupied by the Nazis and later by the Communists, many of the buildings and synagogues in the ...