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Mezibranska 5, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Day 13 - Prague

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... about the clock, one is that the clockmaker, Hanus, had his eyes put out after finishing his work too stop him from making another. For revenge, he broke the clock and it took 100 years to repair it. Another legend says that if the clock stops for any length of time, Prague will fall. We met back at the church at 4.15 and the students retrieved all of their gear and we walked back to the Czech bridge where the buses were meeting us. Back at the hotel by around 5.00pm. First ...


A travel blog entry by kate.pontbriand


... tram. Our hostel was so nice and the guy at the reception desk was from Cape Elizabeth, Maine! He started out teaching English in Europe and then ended up staying for a bit and getting the job at the hostel. Just meeting him made the world seem a little bit smaller and it was really cool. In the hostel, my school group (11 of us) had a whole room to ourselves. There were two full bathrooms, a small kitchen, and lockers for us ...


A travel blog entry by shaeshae88


... challenge to me and at under 1€ for half a litre it's well in my budget! The Czech Republic is also one of the youngest countries being only 20 years old. If the country was a person living in the USA he wouldn't be allowed to drink.

It was a long process getting our room keys on the bus in exchange for our passports. It took about 15 minutes and while that was happening our bags were sitting on the car park floor in the rain. Not happy Jan. ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... vegetarian restaurant where Maja worked. She greeted me happily. I sat and ordered tzatziki with toast. Maja informed me there'd be no room for me to travel with her tomorrow, to see her group's Afro-dance performance. I wasn't surprised.
I said I had to leave Prague. She said, she was going to have a week of vacation beginning in three days. But ...
... she could see the big city was wearing me ...

A Fairytale City

A travel blog entry by saradougherty


... Wall and Charles Bridge. The Charles Bridge was full street artists, musicians and other vendors. We spend a hour or so just crossing the bridge because there was so much to see! At the end of Charles Bridge, there is a short walk to the famous John Lennon Wall. The Lennon Wall wall was once an ordinary wall that became a place young Czechs would write John-Lennon and Beatles inspired graffiti in the 1980s. Every inch was covered ...


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