Hostel Sokol

Nosticova 2, Prague, Bohemia, 180 01, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague...rough halfway point of the tour

A travel blog entry by benkeats


Used up an Austrian phonecard we had before we crossed the border into Czech. Was good to hear my mummabears voice, even though it was only briefly. Prague it is then, and the rough halfway point of the tour. It took us an amazingly long 6 days...although most not spent on the bikes (golf/bunkered down in tent etc)...first impressions are that we …

Travel lesson number one: do not pursue ...

A travel blog entry by catmoj

This is a top pick!

Travel lesson number one: Do not pursue lost traveling companions about Europe. Due to unforseen visa problems - Mike not having one- I received a phone call upon arrival at Hostel Sokol in Prague asking me to pay a visit to the airport and sort the situation. In my very best Vinnie Jones style, I set off to interrogate the exceedingly unhelpful …

3 days in Prague

A travel blog entry by thevans2014


... This is evident in their street signs which in most cases were a complete puzzle to us. Food servings were plentiful and we found ourselves ordering a "meat platter for 2" which was ample for the 6 of us!! Czech beer got a "big tick" from the guys! The Charles Bridge provided the perfect view of the Prague Castle at night - the lights are courtesy of the Rolling Stones who suggested the idea after ...

Prague and Berlin

A travel blog entry by calicait


... and I got to Terezin, we both fell silent. Before you even enter the camp, you are greeted by a long path way lined with trees. To the right of this pathway is a cemetery full of grave sites of the people who lost their lives at that camp. Overlooking the cemetery is a large cross and the Star of David. We both just stood there taking it in. It was both beautiful and very saddening.
We continued into the camp, and our only option was having ...

Pretty Prague

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... chapel's chandelier.

Prague was a fun city to visit, not to mention one of the most beautiful we have seen. The city vibe is welcoming and friendly. Here we made two close friends and really enjoyed ourselves. We cannot pin point our favourite attraction as the city itself is just too pretty, we do recommend the castle by night though. The Czech delicious and super cheap beer is something we would take back as well as their amazing pork ...


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