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At the Konopištê Castle

A travel blog entry by madi52091

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... hip hop floor where we met some nice Germans who proceeded to drink me under the table. So we got home around the time the sun rose and slept from 5am to 8am then switched on rally mode so we could go see the Konopiste castle which was well worth it. We travelled by train out to the southwest countryside of Prague to see it. Franz Ferdinand lived there, the arch duke bishop of Austria-Hungary, not the rock band. And it was beautiful. He had about 3,000 ...

Lesser Town? Oh Lesser Town!

A travel blog entry by travelingma

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... to write on. Although some recent markers are more of the "Killroy was here" variety, the wall still mostly stays true to its original purpose.

Next up was the walking tour of the Charles Bridge. I had found the informational walking tour on line and it explained what each of the statues on the bridge were and their significance. It made the walk across the historic bridge more meaningful. The bridge is also the place to people watch. We saw ...

Day 25 - discovering a bit of Baba's childhood

A travel blog entry by malinda.egg

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... was alright but my favourite so far was a blueberry one :) mmm. We changed over metros by the museum at the top of Wenceslas square and then caught a bus from the second metro. I got a cous cous salad to eat for dinner and I wanted to pop into the chemist close by to see if the had scales to see how much weight I had gained. The door wouldn't open and we realized it was the minute of silence for Vaclav Havel (12pm). Buses were still running and ...

4 days in Prague...

A travel blog entry by markomanning

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... days there we divided the city into 4 parts and spent a day in each one. Luckily this also meant we were able to have more breaks and see each part properly instead of racing around trying to see as much as possible. The first day we saw everything to the east of the river, including Wenceslas square and the main square. The next day we saw Charles Bridge and the Jewish quarter.

On the third day we met up with Lukas who had come back from his business ...

A Day in Prague

A travel blog entry by souter

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... and frog) and maroushka doll keyring from the shops on the way. After the garden we walked towards the old town and went and looked over the Vltava River. We also found the John Lennon wall (graffiti) and the canal (Venice of Prague). We went up on to the Charles Bridge which is lined with sculptures of Saints. On the other side of the river we ...

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This hostel, located in the Praha 5 area of Prague, is near Funicular Railway, Museum Kampa-Sovovy mlyny, Kavarna Slavia, and Bedrich Smetana Museum.
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