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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosemary Hostel Prague
Didn't have any issues here. Stayed in an 8 person dormitory on the top floor. Looked more like a hotel with a lot of beds. Had a full kitchen and table area in the room. Good location from train station.
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... every domed tower, every gilded spire.
Prague is absolutely full of fantastic tunes and is probably most well known for its classical and jazz music. You can't go anywhere without hearing music playing, so for our first full day here we let the music be our guide by basing our wanders around picking up our concert tickets in one place at a certain time and being at the concert location at a certain time. Ticketed live performances ...
... me). The first hour was unlimited shots of vodka, absinthe and sour apple. We very much took advantage of the free alcohol. I mean it would be rude not to. We were then walked to the second bar, where a lovely shot of vodka was awaiting us. And again at the third bar and fourth. The bars were really cool, mostly underground. We made friends with a really nice girl named Amy. She was from Melbourne, lived in Geelong to study nursing for ...
... we both felt them put their hands in our pockets, probably as our hands were full of camera gear. Of course they didnt get anything as we have everything zipped up! Bit exciting though. After that we were seeing potential pickpocketers everywhere and even following a few around to see if we would see them do anything!
Prohibition was in force in Prague as well, as bootleggers had sold dodgy alcohol and several people have died or lost their sight. Very ...
... the USAC group at a bar down the street they found last night that's really cheap. It's 22 crowns ($1.10) for a 0.5 L beer and 30 crowns ($1.50) for 0.2 L of wine. The bartender working there didn't speak much English at all so it was confusing paying her. She kept trying to explain our bill to us in Czech which obviously wasn't working so I grabbed a pen and started writing down numbers on a piece of paper---that worked a lot better.