Hostel Bridge 2

Address: Karlova 10, Prague, Czech Republic | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Never Tear Us Apart

    A travel blog entry by leighge on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... guys who beat the royal crest onto the coin!
    After the court and a brief walk through the town to the bus - we were told we had taken “too long” and wouldn’t get any free time (not sure what we had been doing but whatever) - and headed back to Prague in the icy bus with our tour guide telling us (possibly) useful information. Once back in town we headed back to our B&B, dumped our belongings and headed out for a last night in Prague and together ...

    A Canadian in Prague

    A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 13, 2014


    ... t feel crowded. There was a very large cathedral as part of the castle. However the entry prices for the castle and the cathedral were robbery, so I did not go in. I’ve seen castles and churches before. And by the way… why does the church charge to go in? They are quite rich as it is!

    It was around 1pm, and my feet were killing me. Did I mention that Prague’s streets and sidewalks are lined with very ...

    Days 153 - 156: Czech Republic & Austria

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Oct 09, 2013

    85 photos

    ... point for this country was in 1993 when Czechoslovakia self-determined a separation and became two countries. The Czech Republic and Slovakia. Prague is the capital of Czech Republic.
    The Prague that tourists see now is very colourful, most of the 14th century buildings are pastel coloured. When it was under the communist regime it was known as the 'grey city'. It was only after the fall of communism that the city was beautifully renovated and brightly painted by ...


    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 06, 2013

    19 photos

    ... Wenceslas Square where they had a shrine to two young boys who had poured petrol over themselves and lit themselves on fire in rebellion to the communist regime. Although it did nothing at the time, everyone now knows their names. From there we stopped at a fountain to fill up our water bottles, and watched a guy dressed like a pirate bring his two macaws over where they had a drink and a bit of a bath. So cute! After that we walked past the theatre where Mozart ...

    Prague: Day 3

    A travel blog entry by nadiah_alias on Jun 18, 2013

    10 photos

    ... the Old Town to get our bearings ay? Finally getting there, we took a few photos and got harnessed by boys on segways.. Typical! Now back to the hostel with quite noisy roommates. Oh well last night! Tomorrow.. VIENNA! I will definitely miss Prague, such a beautiful city with some amazing company and I've never seen a place like it. I hope to return to have a similar or better experience as I have the last few ...