Alfa Tourist Service Hostel Lublanska

Address: Lublanska 33 1724, Prague, 12000, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Busy Day!

A travel blog entry by arosine on Jun 01, 2015

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... Third was the breathtaking tour of the Municipal House (Obedcni dum) that included Smetana Hall. I think several of us could have sat in the hall for the rest of the day. After the tour I have a much greater appreciation for Art Nouveau and Alfons Mucha.

Our final stop was the Communism Museum. The least enjoyable, but what is enjoyable about Communism from the view of a Democracy? Many remnants from the Communist rule of Czechoslovakia. ...

Thrifting around Prague

A travel blog entry by aidang on Sep 12, 2014

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Went into the centre of Prague via a thrift store and even though it was raining we still looked around everywhere and saw this old astrological clock in the big Bohemian square. We had a brilliant Czech lunch at a restaurant in the square before catching the tram ...

August 21-22 Summary

A travel blog entry by murkypig on Aug 22, 2014

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... enough good things about Hotel Clement. Our arrival to the hotel at 11:30am concerned me. I was fearful of a minimal sleep during the overnight flight would lead into zombie walking for three to four hours before check-in. Immediately as we entered the hotel, we were greeted by name and within five minutes we were comfortably resting in our hotel room. A quick tip, if you book a room here reserve an executive room on the 9th floor. Sweeping city views, ...

Day 3 in Prague

A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 18, 2014

Today we began our day by taking the subway to the New Town area . We saw Wenceslas Castle built in the early 17th century. Beautiful grounds and an unusual drip stone wall. We walked over to the Charles Bridge and took lots of pictures. This bridge was built in 1357-1402. It was interesting to see that the ...

Transvestites, Porn Stars, and Cows

A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 24, 2014

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... across the city each boast a jagged spire that stretches toward the sky. Ordinary city streets stretch as far as the eye can see in stripes of pastels as each building is painted a different shade of yellow, pale blue, or pink. Domes and church steeples can be seen peeking above the fairy tale red brick roofs all over the city. It's completely enchanting and like nothing we've ever seen. There can't possibly be any other city in the world that looks like Prague.

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