Welcome Hostel Hlavkova

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Travel Blogs from Prague

Another Test

A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Sep 10, 2015


... not read the surgeon general's report. We were out tonight at a relatively nice restaurant and two dogs arrived with their owners (not a bad thing as we love dogs). But lastly a child about Grant's age (10) arrived at the bar of a restaurant and ordered a pitcher of beer. The waitress dutifully fulfilled the order and he left with the pitcher, we assume (hope) for his parents.


Fred & ...

Typical Brits...

A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on Jun 03, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... it over, we decided to book onto a boat trip tomorrow evening, which includes an all you can eat buffet (winning), and music, and allows you to see the city at night, which will be really lovely to see, as our accomodation is actually just outside of the centre.

We then headed back to Charles Bridge, where we came across a string band playing modern /chart/ rock music, and I fell slightly in love with them and decided to treat myself to their ...

Prague Salzburg .... Hair & Enterprise

A travel blog entry by phil.w on Jan 10, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... some stage she has my mirror asking is all OK, "yes all is fine" I say. Good follow me, I follow again. I sit and she washes my hair again and massages some oils into my hair. We return back to my cutting seat where she blow drys my hair, "you like ok" Do I like ! I could take her back to OZ right then ��! Anyway I forgot to mention that last time I went to Leigh for a cut I paid A$25 To my lovely Lenna I paid the equivalent of A$16, but then I did tip better ...

Old Town, New Shopping

A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 10, 2014

6 photos

... were amazing. We could even see St Vistus up at Prague Castle. Unfortunately at thispoint I ended up with a pretty bad headache- I think it may have been the perfumes lotions at the last store we went to. Luckily I am travelling with a walking pharmacy, so after a while I felt better. My stomach is still bothering me, but at least I can have my eyes open without pain! I will say however that bad service seemed to be the name of the game today, after the Absintherie and ...

Visiting the Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 03, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... of walking on cobblestones and climbing winding stone staircases, my leg needed a rest.

Our lunch at a restaurqnt gave us a chance to sample local food-goulash, liver dumpling soup and an eggplant tapenade. Jan, your soup is far superior! It also gave us a chance to begin process all we had seen. Along with the moving sights, we were impressed by the hordes of people who made the Jewish Quarter part of their ...