Hostel Bridge 2

Karlova 10, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Berlin to Prague

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 27, 2014

    ... how much we weighed, which we could. Then paid in advance for tolls for 4 days in Czech Republic, and much more to "rent" the box, money I doubt we will ever get back! Drove on to Prague and found a camp on the outskirts of town. Seems everyone in this street who had spare space in their back yard turned it into a camp site, as there were about 8 in a row! Pouring rain as we settled ...


    A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on May 07, 2014

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    ... those people who use the couch surfing community like a free hostel. They usually stay in their rooms, avoid their hosts and are hostile and anti-social. In my experience, my host is my window into the culture and history of the city or country. They are more informative and insightful than any guidebook and are usually lots of fun too. So it's really important to be respectful and courteous to them and follow their rules. I've only had great experiences from couch surfing and I'm glad ...

    Beautiful Prague

    A travel blog entry by buckles93 on Nov 28, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Charles' bridge was nice, very busy as well! We are back at the hostel now, we're going to go out tonight, one of my friends Laura is from New York, I met her in Portugal and she study's here so hopefully she going to come out with us! Would be good to see ...

    What a start!

    A travel blog entry by coach27 on Mar 17, 2013

    9 comments, 10 photos

    ... of goulash, beer and bread, for bugger all (half a litre of really good beer for $2.50, and a plate of goulash for $5.00), but by the time we got back to Wenceslas Square in the Old Town, the kids were hungry again, so crepes with praline were the go. Turns out that the Easter markets had started the day we arrived, and run for the next two weeks.

    The Prague Blog

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 16, 2012

    ... its last wisp of power. The will of the people was not to be ignored however, and eventually the communist government fell. The monument pays tribute to those who perished in the revolution, as well as to two boys, aged 18 and 21, who in the 1960īs burnt themselves alive in protest of the government. I dare not imagine the horrors that these men must have witnessed to consider such a desparate act at such a young age.

    Nathan and I then moved on to the Museum ...