Ritchie's Hostel

Address: Karlova 13, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
 
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        Czech Republic - Prague

        A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on May 01, 2014

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        ... we walked out to the Charles bridge to see it lit up at night and the castle, stopping on the way to get a traditional sweet, damper like covered in sugar cooked over coals. Smells a lot better than it tastes haha. Prague has been freezing cold but still so beautiful! They all drive like crazy people, no one stops at pedestrian crossings, we watched a police man reverse into another police car (more than just a love tap) and we were 20cm away from being t-boned on the ...

        Prague

        A travel blog entry by jessboss4 on Nov 03, 2013

        ... Shortly after two young girls came in stating they had reserved seats so the man next to me moved so one could sit and the young boy moved to sit on his mums lap opposite me. It was hot and stinky and horrible for about 2 hours. First the woman and her son left, then after about 2.5 hours of us holding our tops over our noses, the man finally left. When he did, we quickly threw our bag onto his chair so no one else could sit down and the girls quickly shut the door and pulled the ...

        Beautiful Prague

        A travel blog entry by grahama01 on Aug 20, 2013

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        ... around for a while taking in the wonderful sights. After lunch we walked down to King Charles II bridge which was crawling with tourists but was worth the visit. Then we caught a tram to the Prague Funicular (cable car) which took us to a lookout high above the city. We thought we were in Paris because there was a 60 metre high replica of the Eiffel Tower - 60 metres high - known as the Petrin Hill Observation Tower. AJG was going to climb it to take some ...

        "Pretty sure I just made the Czech news."

        A travel blog entry by kerryjkelley on Jun 01, 2013

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        ... as I typically do, and waved as I walked away with my treat. I'm not sure if he was intending to interview me/ask me a question or two, but I skedaddled out of there. I knew, should he have begun chatting with me, I would have been dumbfounded and shrugged in apology for an inability to speak in his language.

        So...that's that. I probably made the local news with one goofy smile and a wave. Not as exciting as being kidnapped or ...