MB 5

Address: Mezibranska 5, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Sc day 3-Prague

A travel blog entry by caz1947 on Jul 01, 2014

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Relaxed start this morning before calling home to speak to Neisha and catch up on all the news of Liam's wonderful award win, then we "face timed" Jasper for his birthday. The boys headed off to find a camera store and Lorraine and went shopping at the local centre....same same...not much different from home. Lunch, wifi time and a lazy afternoon, before going for another walk to the Jewish qrtr, where we sat ...


A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jan 04, 2014

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... views of the castle in the dusk.

For our final full day we opted to take a day trip out to Kutna Hora, which is an ancient town about an hour's train away. It's mostly famous for its skull church that is completely decorated in human bones... something a little different so thought we would go and check it out. Prague is great but you don't really need five days there. I wish we knew this beforehand but anyway... the local train across country wasn't too exciting but ...

Trebgast to Prague

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Sep 05, 2013

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Left the little town of Trebgast in the direction of the Czech Republic. This was approximately 300 Kms.
We travel on the autobahn for about 200km and then take the back roads for the rest of the trip.

We wanted to experience what some of the towns in Czech looked liked.... Lets say we were back on the autobahn after 10 minutes.

Arrived in Prague early ...

Day 28 and 29 – Prague

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 30, 2013

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... so far, I would say that only Salzburg rivals Prague in postcard perfect scenery, although the two cities look very different.

After crossing over the Charles Bridge, we could see that there was a relatively steep ascent up the hill to top of Prague Castle. But it was a very pleasant walk on the narrow, winding cobblestone streets, past shops and restaurants, churches and museums. Near the base of the hill, in the Malá Strana neighborhood, ...


A travel blog entry by kevindoody on Jul 09, 2013

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... bit, and then decided we would climb the tower. After paying to go up we saw the daunting clime ahead of us. It was a meter wide winding stone staircase that went forever. After a while we made it to the top. Before looking at the view, I sat down for a good 5 minutes and pondered the devastation that my body was facing after eating like a pig the last few days. Then I mustered the strength to look out ...