U Melounu Hostel

Ke Karlovu 7/457, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel
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It's an ADVENTURE!

A travel blog entry by behrlich

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... off to do some touring. We went to the Dvorak museum today, which is only a couple blocks away. Though it had some important information about his life, upbringing, schooling, and marriage, as well as his writing desk, viola, and Bisendorf Piano, the other exhibition they had was about his New World Symphony and how it truly conquered the world. This was kinda fun for me, since I don't know about museums information very often, but I did ...

Prague Continued

A travel blog entry by lalbares

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... dumplings. That was around $8, so pretty reasonable. Otherwise a few other things that would be classified as "traditional" Czech food would be pork and dumplings, Goulash, and other meat with dumplings. Nothing that different from Germany. And the abundance of cheap, really good beer to compliment each meal has been great. Our tour guide said yesterday that each Czech drinks ...

Asolutely stunning

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy

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... up with here) and we decided it would be a great idea to jump right into the heart of the city by doing a underground ghost tour. I never knew this before i got here, but Prague has an underground city! how cool is that.
So our tour started off as a walk around the old town square, where we were told typical Prague ghost stories at different parts. We then went into an old cathedral which lead us down into the underground, where people were held and tortured. It was said to ...

Dem bones, dem bones, dem crazy bones

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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... artistically. In 1870, a local woodcarver, Frantisek Rindt was given the task to decorate the chapel with the bones. 40,000 human bodies are now arranged and the place is now popularly known as the Church of Bones. Two of the more impressive artworks in the Ossuary are the chandelier that contains at least one of every human bone, and the coat of arms of the Schwarzenberg family.

I found the church interesting but as I had seen something ...

Former Communism at it's finest

A travel blog entry by dnetraveleurope

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... and promptly received a 1000 CZK bill. Damn. The ticket counters were closed in the metro and the machines only accepted coins. Ten agonizing minutes (and one very angry convenience store lady) later we found ourselves on the metro heading to our hostel.

I had no idea what to expect in Prague and its beauty blew me away. Prague was one of the few capital cities that escaped the allied bombings in WWII, so unlike Berlin where ...

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