Oz Apartment Hotels Praha

Spalena 102/49, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by behrlich


... after like a 5 minute train ride. We almost didn't get on our first train cause it just didn't seem right, being only 3 cars long. Thankfully we decided at the last minute that it was probably the one we needed, so we got on, and then got off at the next exit, which gave us a connection to our REAL train going to Prague. This train was AWESOME! It had the little compartments where there are 6 people, three on each side, very similar to ...

Prague Continued

A travel blog entry by lalbares


... It was still an interesting place to see nonetheless. The massive St Vitus Cathedral within it had some amazing stained glass windows. It's a shame none of us have DSLR cameras, since our cameras weren't able to do them justice. The view overlooking the city wasn't too bad either.

The best food I've had in Prague so far would have to be beef in a cranberry wine sauce ...

Czech'n out Prague

A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour-


... and an astronomical tower where Johannes Kepler worked and developed his three laws of planetary motion (really big deal, look it up if you don't know about it). Today we also walked along the river, known as the Prague Riviera, and spent some time at Vysehrad. Vysehrad has been a fortified hill top since the 10th century, and it use to be the seat of the Premyslid princes. From this hilltop to Prague castle marks the boundaries of Old Prague. The hilltop is a ...

Dem bones, dem bones, dem crazy bones

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... off the hill to the countryside.

St Barbara’s Church is another UNESCO world heritage site. St Barbara is the Patron St of miners, which was appropriate as Kutna Hora’s wealth was based upon its silver mines. Construction of the church began in 1388 but work was interrupted several times and it wasn’t actually finished until 1905. For me inside St Barbara’s was without a doubt one of the best churches I had been in, period. ...


A travel blog entry by stoo

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... medieval Europe preserved through two world wars and the influx of modern civilisation. If only you could take the sheer volume of people away, you'd be in a dream land of iconic beauty and charm. Prague is both fairy tale and nightmare. Just try not to make it one of those nightmares (dreams) where you go on a violent killing spree of the idiotic. The Joker was onto something.



This hostel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near National Theater (Narodni divadlo), Laterna Magika Stage (Divadlo bez Zabradli), U Fleku, and Tyn Court.
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