Travellers Hostel Ujezd

Address: U lanove drahy 3, Prague, Czech Republic | Hostel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Day two Prague: City of a Hundred Spires

    A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 04, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... I couldn't remember where I had taken it off in the room. Breakfast was another recommended spot by the front desk staff ( I will have to add that to my review - they are 3 for 3!). O! Papas ranks as the best spot for hot chocolate! It is hard to,even describe but I will try (look for photo). It smelled very chocolatey and tasted very chocolatey(not to dark) and the consistency was that of thin pudding. I know that sounds weird, but it was thicker than regular ...

    The weird, wonderful and whimsical

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 26, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... during the plague, the Hundred Years' War, and was a place the people living in the old Jewish ghetto buried their dead. The space filled up quickly, and peculiarly the monks decided that they'd do some interior decorating with the excess of bones. We have visited many churches and cathedrals in our month and a half in Europe, but the ossuary was the coldest we've been in so far. It was so confronting, the bones of some 60,000 people arranged ...

    Prague to Paris

    A travel blog entry by dicktracey on Jul 04, 2014

    35 photos

    ... for the hospital which was run by the monks to be outside the wall. This was so any travellers could be checked for disease before being admitted to the town. Patients had to pay for this service. In the 16th century the wall was changed to include the hospital, as the monks were becoming too rich and powerful and it was feared that they might take over the city. The gates were closed at 10pm at night,so if any of the men who had business outside the town had ...

    Last week in Prague

    A travel blog entry by garrcon on Jun 21, 2014

    ... and I found a big festival starting today, so that will be our outing for today, then come home and pack up.I will miss Prague.
    Sun. June 22
    We will be up early to catch the bus and then train tomorrow to Frankfurt. We are anxious to see it again, that was where we started our first Europe trip in 2005. That is also where we experienced the two quilts on the bed,and when we got home we went and purchased two of them, best comforters ever ...

    Death by Defenestration and Dumplings

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on May 05, 2014

    20 photos

    ... the Golden Lane (named because there wasn't a proper sewage system so buckets were thrown down the lane), a small alchemists workshop and the main church. In one of the gardens there is a round step. Due to its location and sound waves, when you talk whilst standing on it your voice echoes. We hear Prague has a history of defenestrations to settle arguments. We see the changing of the guards outside the castle and hear if a ...