Hostel SPUS Ladvi

Davidkova 443/114, Prague, Bohemia, 182 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Bridges and Beer Spas

A travel blog entry by catfeet


Wednesday 2 July 2014 Prague

Mostly Sunny 23C

I was up early this morning as I was determined to see the Charles Bridge and some of the monuments and buildings without the crowds. By 8am I set off and the Old Town Square was nearly empty, just a few ladies attending to the flowers and a couple of people heading off to work or setting up the tables for the coffee shops and cafes.

I reached ...

Prague and Berlin

A travel blog entry by calicait


... a few more rooms, we ran into an English-speaking tour group of high schoolers and trailed behind them, trying to hear all that the tour guide was saying. He gave some gruesome details of what some of the prisoners had to go through. It was awful to hear about it.
Eventually, Matt and I broke away from the tour group and found a passageway that served as a tunnel to get from one side of the camp to the other. Before Terezin was a ...

Act 3. Tour Prague with the Hoskins.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos


... quite spectacular and very romantic. I'm assuming that getting caught in a sudden and drenching rainstorm 'dampened' the romance of going to the lovers' bridge this afternoon so here's hoping that plan B works. Anyway time to rouse Lee from a light snooze, see you soon. PS. Well done Neil on correctly identifying that the picture was of a stack of books. However one, well technically two, important items have not been mentioned. They ...

Prague, Czech

A travel blog entry by lesley-michael


... the many small laneways with their variety of different upmarket and tourist shops and the large piazzas which open up to a maze of colourful cafes and outdoor eateries with buskers and street artists giving the atmosphere an energetic buzz.

The following day we visited Prague Castle with its gothic architecture and long tumultuous history. We did a self guided tour as the Castle ...


A travel blog entry by ashnloz


... Vltava river, which gave us excellent views of the city, and lunch consisted of traditional Czech dishes including goulash with bread dumplings. After cruise we had free time for 2 hours. Lauren went shopping with some girls from the tour and Ash went exploring the city with Wenley, a new friend from the tour. Together they wandered up Wenceslas Sqaure up to the Communism Museum, and back towards the town centre via the back streets, which provided a good cross section look ...


This hostel, located in the Praha 8 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Veletrzni Palace (National Gallery), and Krizikova Fontana.
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