Welcome Hostel Dejvice

Address: Zikova 13, Prague, 16000, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by strangsol on Jun 25, 2015

Ingen forsinkelser på reisen til Praha. Vi har kjøpt sykler og utstyr. Vi har også vært turist i Praha. I morgen kl 1000 henter vi syklene og turen begynner

I got 99 Prague-lems...

A travel blog entry by ramsaysjr on May 24, 2015

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We got up a little later then normal! (Yay!!!) I got up and got out the door quickly and off to exploring we went. We didn't eat much except some coffee and croissants. Then Dad and Alex and I went to the Medieval Torture Instruments museum and it was twisted. Seriously, man. I would give examples, but...yeah, nooooo.

Later we went to something called ...

Prague - a fairytale

A travel blog entry by pipped on Dec 14, 2014

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... its walls
* Karlovy lane - the biggest nightclub in Prague
* Lots of Christmas markets and Prague traditional sausages and ham (I am a lot larger after Prague)
My last night in Prague was spent at a new hostel that was full to the brim of delightful people from all corners of the world. We had a lovely homecooked meal together and went out to a club with strobe lights and go go dancers. Prague you delivered....until next time.



A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 15, 2014

En route to Budapest, though I was sure I wouldn't make it. I’m becoming notorious for cutting it way too close with international travel, but I (almost) always make it (a flight home from Paris being the exception).

I arrived in Prague last Sunday and stayed five nights in a hostel right near the Old Town Square. So much fun. Matt—my roommate this last year—met me at the hostel and we had no trouble making friends ...

East Prague

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

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... of their problems, helping kittens get out of trees, etc. He worked 6 days a week and got one day off (the creation/observance of the sabbath). After helping the citizens for years, Joseph did not get his paper (which said power) taken out of his mouth) that's how he had the power to do things since he was made out of clay. Since he had to work 7 days in a row he went ape and started breaking things, the rabbi realized he forgot to take the paper out of his mouth and rendering poor ...