Karlak 15 Hostel

Karlovo nam. 15, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by hralbee


... clock symbolizes a reminder that with each tick we are closer to death...rather depressing, so we moved on. Also in Old Town Square we were shown the Church of Our Lady Before Tưn, which has two towers, one a bit higher than the other! Our tour guide told us a lot about the history of Prague, which was nice because I knew nothing about it. The Jewish Quarter was another stop on the tour and definitely one of the most interesting. It is now the ...

One month down

A travel blog entry by amandatravels

... along the mouth of the glacier but it was too dangerous to walk up into it if course. Our accommodation that night was a tiny cottage with no hot water, that made it interesting for those who wanted a shower. The next morning we walked to see another waterfall Svartifoss and Lambhagi where they have Iceland's tallest trees, which compared to Canada's, they were tiny. We then made it to Jokulsarlon, a large glacier lake that runs into the ocean. It was unbelievably amazing ...

This is amazing! :D

A travel blog entry by maggiekr


... made the trip longer, but I like to think of it more as the scenic route.
Getting here we had to register as students, get our keys, get our bank cards, and get our laptops registered to the system. It was exhausting but after this we got a few hours off before dinner.
Dinner was very good, we went to a local pub where I had chicken schnitzel. Chicken schnitzel is breaded chicken and it was served with cucumbers with some ...

Dreamy Dresden and Pubs in Prague

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest


... We also saw a 10 year old child serving beers! Obviously they aren't too strict with their RSA qualifications in Dresden! We then separated and headed back to our respective hostels. Our room was a 6 person dorm, and when we got back there were 2 spare beds. After about an hour of sleeping, 2 middle aged German bikie-looking guys burst in the room, switched the light on and talked for a few minutes very loudly in German. They eventually realised there was 4 other people ...

Easter Break - Prague

A travel blog entry by panderson92


... views walking around the castle and around the Charles bridge area were spectacular and it is easy to see why Praha is such a popular tourist destination.

Prague has a large Jewish population and in the Jewish Quarter of the city there is a collection of stunning Synagogues. The pink one was my favourite!

On the Second night we ate at Pasta Fresca which had been recommended to me by a friend. All the pasta is ...


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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