Prague 1 Hostel

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Travel Blogs from Prague

Escape from Germany to Prague

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 05, 2014

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... Rather than going straight to the hostel like normal we got dropped off at the castle. At the Castle we followed the winding roads to get to the gates and walked through to find a man protesting loudly with a big sign. (He didn’t speak English so no one knew what he was protesting) We ignored him for the most part and instead enjoyed the great view over the city, the weather was really clear so you could see quite far. After a few photos we ...

Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 28, 2014

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Slow start - all this travelling gets tiring, and I am not driving. Told we could buy bus tickets at P.O. - not so, "buy on the bus". Not on bus either, "buy at Metro Station," so travelled free again.

Arrived at Metro and took 2 trains to the castle, where we spent the whole day!!

Prague Castle is the biggest fortified castle in Europe, dating in parts from the 900s, and the final church completed in the 1930s. About 600 metres ...


A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 06, 2014

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... moving as it was but it is a hidden treasure in Prague! John wanted to find this Man Hanging statue but he didn't know where it was. We took a break and got on wifi to search for the statues location. During the break, we were amazed how many people there are in Prague. It is clearly becoming peak season and I am really glad the bulk of my trip is over. I don't think I could stand the dumb tourists! I consider myself to be a smarter one who can blend in better than most ...

Our Trip to Prague and a cruise up the Elbe

A travel blog entry by sfotch on May 15, 2014

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... up early and Jim, Travis, Sheila and I took the subway to the mall to pick up some supplies, When we got back we had a long wait for our bus to the town of Melnik. It was a forty-five minute drive to the ship. Once on board we got our cabin keys and settled in to prepare for our voyage. As we boarded the Clara Schumann, Sheila had tears of joy and excitement as this is truly one of her bucket list ventures.

Prague - day 2

A travel blog entry by rojaleca on Sep 16, 2013

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... system from the early 20th century onwards. As oppressive and totalitarian as the soviet system was, I continue to be struck by the way in which capitalist political parties use communist techniques to win favour today, in spite of their supposed criticisms of the left. The cult of personality within politics really had its origins in Stalinist communism, for example. The use of mass media and advertising for propaganda, particularly to workers about ...