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A travel blog entry by rosaposa

On 3.august we arrived Prague and drived with the buss to the hostel that in Strahov. It's normally used for teenagers so i didn't look so very well there.. I and a friend get the room in block 2 nr. 52, if I don't remember wrong.

Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

A travel blog entry by marybc


... came across in the smaller parks or next to the river were pretty unusual. There is a young restless vibe to the city which we fully realized that night when we went to the light show. We didn't realize the show was set in different locations in the city thinking the main square was the place to be. We found out later that there was a spectacular show off the Charles Bridge. The show we saw consisted of entering a square tent (with a hundred other ...


A travel blog entry by m.eileen0128


I'm here everyone! Wahoo! I apologize for not having posted any sooner. I've been here already for a couple weeks. They have definitely been keeping us busy. I appreciate it. I've gotten the chance to see so much of the city in little snippets. I can't wait to spend the rest of the semester exploring the city on my own in deeper detail. :)
I have to tell you though that as a (fledgling) sociologist being in a country that not 25 years ...

Site Seeing and Cafe Mozart!

A travel blog entry by travelforfun


... through.

That didn't matter, though, because we were still able to get some awesome photographs. And, yes, Ruth-Anne it did say no photography unless you had photo permission, which I did get! LOL...there was a guard looking out for this aspect of tourists, that is for sure.

Petrin Hill is also the site of a funicular railway (cable railway where a cable is attached to a tram vehicle ...

Czeching out Prague

A travel blog entry by katcob


... tour: a topless 1929 Ford Model A. Happy Gord! It was fun but not as educational or as long as the free walking tours. Still, as my leg is still problematic and Gord loves cars, it was a great option for us. After the tour, we explored the square and the streets. We wandered down to the river when Gord suggested a river cruise, but we opted for more walking. Found ourselves in the national concert hall (?) which was pretty cool. Then ...

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