Petrinska Apartments II

Address: Vita Nejedleho 3, Prague, Czech Republic | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Praha 3 area of Prague, is near State Opera, Zizkov TV Tower, Kampa Park, and Wittmann Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

'Czech'ing out Prague (titled in honor of Ifadha)

A travel blog entry by domandkt on Jul 13, 2015


Our train from Warsaw to Prague took about 7 hours but it was a very enjoyable experience. The change in landscape was also really interesting, and especially pretty once we got into the Czech Republic. Little hamlets, bridges over rivers, tree-lined passages with walls of in-penetrable green, village scenes and an old man in boots birdwatching with his binoculars, big towns with teenage tagged concrete, babbling brooks and clouds of birds that startled and rose in clouds as ...

Time On A Bus = Time I Spent In A Country

A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on Mar 09, 2015

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... awkward to say the least. That aside though, the room was clean and nice. We met up with Melissa's friend Ali there as well. She went to university with Melissa and now lives in London, so she flew out to meet us for the weekend.

We started by heading to Old Town Square, where we met up with a Sandeman's Free Walking Tour. These are usually so good, but we were unimpressed by our guide's overly detailed discussions of each stop. Halfway through the tour we had spent ...

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... became horrible, just as in the ghettos of WWII, with people becoming ill, places infested with vermin and dirt, and even flooding from the nearby Danube river. Today Declan pointed out some horrific irony by showing us that Hugo Boss, the same company that designed the SS uniforms for the Nazis, has a store located right in the largest square in the Jewish quarter.

Right by the large square, Declan showed us the Old-New Synagogue. This synagogue got its ...


A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 16, 2014

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... to have some more Prague cuisine. Sean had pork, sauerkraut & dumplings, Aimee the fried Camembert. Sean had a light beer and has decided he now likes dark beers more than least whilst in Europe. By now we are getting a little tired so luckily we are not expected to bike back, instead we throw our bikes on the train and have a leisurely sit down instead of pedalling. We decide it's finally time to try organise the rest of our trip ...

A Stormy Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 11, 2014

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... down from the Eiffel Tower (a small replica) and we all settled into our table. The storm blew in; thunder, lightning, wind and rain. We drank Irish coffee and watched the storm.

The storm passed and we went on down the hill ready to attend the street celebration of the French Revolution. It reminded me of our farmers markets with about 3 rows of canapes set up. All of the vendors were from France with meats, cheeses ...