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Strelecky Ostrov 36, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

A hard tale

A travel blog entry by dynamo

Note well, anyone who is in the habit of casually dismissing those in the front line of the hospitality industry, that nearly all them are students, and will one day soon be richer and more powerful than you. The receptionist was a Phd student of international relations, who has traveled extensively in Iran, Pakistan, and India. She is 26, Blonde, …

Wasted evening

A travel blog entry by dynamo

When I got back to the hostel I found Leanne and Bojana, who IŽd chatted with a few times over the last few days. I wanted to celebrate my last night in Prague, and Bojana wanted to relax, so we went to see Stan the Man. The local schnapps that she insisted we sample having gone to her head, I carried her back to the hostel. As we went in to the …

Glaswegian Blues Legend In Czech Republic. Honest

A travel blog entry by dynamo


Arriving in the afternoon gave me plenty of time to find the tourist information center, procure a city map, guide and list of hostels, and even to sit in a bar and study them for a while, in order not to make any rash decisions. I sat, drank my beer, pondered the middle distance and watched people walking by, before heading off in the direction of …

De-clawed, last day in the Golden City

A travel blog entry by thesaxman

Okay, it had been eight extremely lethargic, awesome, wonderful days slothing around the amazing city of Prague, and today would be my last chance to take in everything the gorgeour place had to offer. I checked out of Miss Sophies after beginning to feel like a long term resident of the joint, and moseyed on down to the Tesco for another pov …

Praha never gets old

A travel blog entry by abauer4544


Prague is one of the most well preserved cities in post-war Europe and is just one of those gems of a city you'll find very few and far between. My first time around I loved it and had a blast with my Salzburg fam, and this time around I had a blast with my hometown boys. It's a great walking city, just grab an ipod, throw on some Oasis, and walk …


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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