Pension Ludmila

Plzenska 223, Beroun, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Plzenska 223, Beroun, is near Nizbor Glass Factory and St. George Forest (Svatojirsky les).
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Travel Blogs from Beroun

Prague - a tale of cold showers in a gorgeous city

A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jul 07, 2014

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... the architecture is gorgeous. We saw the famous Prague clock hit the hour, and puppets dance and a rooster crows on a clock that can tell numerous times, which Zodiac we are currently in, etc. We visited a cemetery where people are buried ten deep, some are buried vertically just to fit in! Crazy. It was a good, but hot, tour, and we bought tickets to do the castle tour today. We had a nice, relaxing morning. We headed into the middle of Prague and ...

Last impressions of Berlin, firsts of Prague

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jun 22, 2014

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... of these below. And now, I'm writing from Prague! After the blocky, plain and more recently constructed buildings of Berlin, Prague is a delight to take in. We are staying in the Old Town, and everywhere you look there is a building resembling a castle. We took a short river boat tour yesterday to get an introduction to the city, and then we wandered around and took in the atmosphere. Admittedly we are staying in a rather touristy area, but I still ...

"I love your Ice Cream"

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 29, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... house was restored and filled with interesting things from different time periods. A special museum told the long history of the castle and showed off all kinds of super old artifacts excavated from the site. Brittany really enjoyed it but Chelsea was bored and I was so hungry I would've (as my father would say) "eaten the boogers out of a dead man's nose". What a gross expression! Brittany's going to yell at me for that one... :) We were almost completely out of cash ...

Wet weather activities

A travel blog entry by thetraceys on May 07, 2014

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... that looked good but we decided to choose something casual and relaxed. We found a Mexican restaurant not too far away, but once we eventually (after taking a wrong turn at Alberquerque) found it, it was full with more people queued waiting for tables. So we headed back towards our hotel, but then went over Charles Bridge to Old Town to the Mexican restaurant I saw today. It was nice, my enchiladas were runny-nose spicy but tasty, Adam enjoyed his ...

Tours, Engineers, Food, and Sunburns

A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis on May 08, 2013

... the river via the famous Charles Bridge, which is made of stone and now only for pedestrian use. On the way across we passed a band playing 'What a wonderful world' and as sentimental as one could be, it made me smile a lot. For what I have seen so far, the world truly is wonderful. Anywho, the rest of the day wasn't anything special, so to top it all off I crushed some beer and a pork knee (a ton of meat). With all that walking, I earned ...