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Travel Blogs from Prague

I got 99 Prague-lems...

A travel blog entry by ramsaysjr on May 24, 2015

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... Tour" (Ooooo, ahhhhhh.) We went to a hacker group base for the hacker group, Anonymous. Their logo is basically 'illuminati' and they only use bitcoin money so they can stay more under the radar than using normal money. This tour was super hipster and I have a new inspiration for art - spray painting/graffiti (no tags, that's lame). We then got dinner and the place we ate at was completely outdoors and looked steampunk. I had a cheeseburger and it was ...

Fairy Tale Castles in Prague

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Dec 23, 2014

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Today provides a magical change of scene, including a nearly five-hour train journey to Prague. We transfer to the central station in Berlin where we bid a fond farewell to our new friend, Tracey, who had joined us for just the first part of the tour. She is flying home to London this evening.

Our train departs at 10:40am, and arrives in Prague at 3:25pm. Along the way we ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 15, 2014

... a good time. In fact, all five nights we went out with a different group of people we met at the hostel. The first night we met three hilarious French guys who took us out to a club and showed us a good time.

Our rooming situation could also not have been more ideal. Not the accommodation necessarily— I sweat myself to sleep every night in our fourth floor sauna, and the shower had a mind of its own in terms of temperature ...

East Prague

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

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... buried him in the top of the Old-New Synagogue where he supposedly lies today. We then walked to the Rudolfinum, a concert hall which is close to the Vltava river, which the Charles Bridge crosses. From here we also got a great view of the Prague Castle (really more like a palace now since the castle burnt down in the 1500s). We ended our tour here where then we grabbed lunch. After lunch we went to the Jewish museums which are made up of 6 different attractions- the Spanish ...

Overwhelmingness

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 11, 2014

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... possible so that all of us who didn't understand a lot of Italian could still follow what was going on and be entertained. Still, I was glad I looked up the show on wikipedia beforehand or I probably would have missed a lot. All in all, I recommend it for people who have never done opera before, but I probably wouldn't bring kids unless they could understand Italian.

After the show, most of the stalls for the Easter markets were shut ...