Prague 1 Hostel

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A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 20, 2014

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... the gardens - it was lovely to be out in the sunshine :). I walked up the 99 steps of the Petrin Observation Tower and admired the view of Prague. I then went through the Mirror Maze.

I wandered to a fabulous terrace restaurant, Bellavista Prague, where I sat in the sun and had Grilovane kure (roast chicken, sauteed veges and baked potato) and a couple of Czech roses, which were actually nice :). I enjoyed the fabulous view ...

Prague days 2 & 3 May 15th & 16th

A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 16, 2014

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... and very efficient. While we were eating the 5 person ensemble was playing music. They started off with a tune from each country represented at dinner.
Waltzing Matilda for the Aussies and Po kare kare Ana for us!
They played local songs with local dances. It was a night for audience participation and as we were sitting at the end of table with a good view it meant we - especially Simon was in a good position to participate. At least it was an easy enough for Simon to play on ...

Stop 3 - Prague

A travel blog entry by hulmes_on_hols on Dec 13, 2013

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... old town centre where we were staying in a quaint apartment, unchanged since the Cold War. It was, however, a fantastic location which we thoroughly enjoyed. We were able to walk across the famous Charles Bridge and into the city easily, surviving the horizontal sleet which descended in the evening. Down is a wonderful thermal material! Prague is a beautiful city which seems to have been ...

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A travel blog entry by ericwolford on Sep 21, 2013

Spent all day walking around Prague. Headed to the center of the city on the metro around 10 am. What an amazing place. We walked for hours soaking in the sites. The Charles Bridge, a small craft fair, old downtown, the solar clock. We walked in and out of small shops, and bookstores some very touristy while others had a little more authentic flair. Had some lunch at a hole in the wall pizzeria that was down an alley that a lady on the street had to ...

Czech it out!

A travel blog entry by nadia.melham on May 05, 2013

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... would be better off catching a different train that would take twice as long. We eventually decided to cut our losses and stay in Prague for the morning in case we couldn't get back in time to catch our bus back to Vienna - what a drama that would have been as Katie and Bec had our bags. As we couldn't contact the other girls we spent the morning exploring Wenceslas Square and browsing through shops.

The whole day was ...