Karlak 15 Hostel

Karlovo nam. 15, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel

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A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27


... across Charles Bridge, quite nice but there was too many people on it for me to take a decent picture!   Day 3 - Took a day trip out to Kutna Hora to see Sedlec Ossuary - the Bone Church! It looks like just a plain old church from the outside but once you go in there are 40,000 plague victims skeletons piled up in all the corners with some of them turned into chandeliers and ornaments - pretty creepy! Got ...

Milking the Pig

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... no link to taste or quality as many of the places are all show and no substance and appear to set their costs at random.

While we did hit a couple of duds, we managed to find "Lokal", a great beer hall with good eats, and "Staroceska", a cheap and quality Czech food spot. It's unfortunate that for each one of the good places there are twenty overpriced kitschy joints surviving strictly on the presence of unknowing customers lured in ...

Inter-Railing: Prague

A travel blog entry by babytraveller


... the Old Town. We went back to the Lenon Wall again and this time left little messages on the wall like others had, and then we went to a gate on the river where the left a padlock with InterRail 2013 written on it. So if I ever go back to Prague, I will see if it's still there. We saw again the Astronomical Clock, though this time to see it chance the hour, was was really something. We then went to the main high street and went ...

Prague-Shopping and Hopping

A travel blog entry by teamjp

We spent the majority of our day at a local market. The market was similar to Canal Street in NYC in that all of the vendors were selling copy items of brand names. We walked around and found it funny to be brought into the back rooms of these vendors stores where they wheeled and dealed with us for a price. We learned that even though the dollar is worth less than a Euro, ...

George & Martina's Prague

A travel blog entry by rotarygse


... and cheered them on. If you are ever in need of some cheering, call Jamie. She is the world's best cheerer. Some racers even had to come over and kiss her for the good cheer. Don’t worry Paul, they’ve got nothin’ on you!

We met back at the hotel at 11am, to meet our hosts, George and Martina for a highlights of Prague tour. These two are fantastic and "highlights" is an understatement. They led us through a beautiful park, up to and through ...


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 U Fleku.
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