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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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... br> Seanj:
We got up a little later than normal! (Yay!!!) As Ben says, after a quick breakfast and a 2nd visit to the Charles bridge, the boys and I entered the Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments. Humans are terrible. Just terrible. It was great!

We took things pretty easy until the Alternative Tour in the afternoon - and it was worth the wait. Our guide was great, giving us context with stories of her mom growing up in Communist Prague ...

Fairy Tale Castles in Prague

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Dec 23, 2014

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... Dresden and a number of quaint German towns along a winding river with fortresses on the nearby hills. It proves difficult to photograph through the train windows (they could use a good cleaning), so you'll have to trust me when I say that the views are awesome! We pass the time sharing stories, listening to music, watching movies on iPads, watching the passing scenes ...


A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 15, 2014

... pressure—but our roommates were great. The first couple nights Matt and I shared our 8 bunk chamber with 6 beautiful women. Margot and Liesbeth were from Amsterdam, Milly, Hope, and one other whose name I don’t remember were from England, and Janice from Ireland. On the second night we all went on a pub crawl together, which was so much fun. We ended up dancing like idiots to American oldies until 5 or 6 am. Coincidentally, all ...

East Prague

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

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... Klausova Synagogue, the Old Jewish cemetery, Pinkasova Synagogue and other less noteworthy ones. The Old Jewish cemetery has over 12,000 visible tombstones (which are very close together), but as many as 100,000 Jewish persons buried there. Since the Jewish Quarter was a ghetto for a long period of Prague's history there was nowhere else to bury their dead, and since they believe strongly in not digging up the graves new ones had to be placed on top. Supposedly there are up to 12 layers ...


A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 11, 2014

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... I was able to get one of the cheese patties in a burger. It seemed that the only places that were open were money change facilities, bars, and glass stores. I saw a lot of bachelor and bachelorette parties going on, so I get the bars and money change places, but I wonder how many people are out at 11pm to buy fine glassworks. In any case, I was not part of a party and I wanted to get up early to see stuff, so I headed back to the hostel and grabbed some ...