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Address: Zitna 17, Skolska 1 (corner building), Prague, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Czech Us Out!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 06, 2014

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... the Jewish Museum.

Also near the Old-New Synagogue is a clock that a non-Jew created. He knew that Hebrew is read right to left so he assumed that time would be read the same way and created a backwards clock. As Jason and I walked around this area, we noticed another large clock with the same mistake as well as watches being sold the same way. Declan also pointed out the Spanish Synagogue and the Pinkas Synagogue to us, which now houses a memorial and art ...

Prague chewed me up and spat me out.

A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies on Jun 27, 2014

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... which was pretty cool and then we partied. They had a 5 storey night club and each level was a different genre of music. So much fun was had. We started off in the Golden Oldies level then made our way up to the rnb hip hop level which was pretty fun then went up to the live band level which was so funny. One dude was dancing the night away with the biggest grin in the world. He didn't care that he was dancing by himself. Then ...

Je to hesky? To je czechy!

A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 15, 2014

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... was quite beautiful and at the top of a hill looking over the city. The time we tried to take a tour the people didn't shoe up which was disappointing, but we went on an amazing tour to a nearby town called Kutna Hora.

We went to a Church better known as the bone church or Ossuary. The entire interior was decorated with real honest to God human remains. The skeletal remains of over 40,000 people are used. About 30,000 of these bodies came from people ...


A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 16, 2014

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... in Zurich was by far the most expensive, and we payed so much for breakfast we resolved not to eat out again for as long as we could hold out. Jack groans at the though of many more bread rolls, with cured meat and European cheese. We were too tired for much else than to walk around, marvelling at distant snowy Alps which ring the Lake, and sampling some chocolate in a chocolatier. Dinner consisted of Olives, and Food from the markets held every Wednesday in the ...

$1 a beer

A travel blog entry by catherine647 on Mar 07, 2013

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... and old, and a few Czech and other European business people. We're staying in one place this trip: in a spacious apartment in the middle of Prague, 2 minutes from the Old Town Square. One of our hosts, Tomasz, handed us a map and gave us a mini-tour to get our bearings, within minutes of arriving. We're just off a little alley. Tomasz points out a couple places to eat and a way to the square that is not so crowded with Tourists. Already I can ...