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A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... the sun set and the evening light crossed the sky. We then walked across the river and looked back to see the castle lit up against the night-lights.

Our hotel, for a change is right in the old town centre, and it's so nice to be able to walk straight out of our hotel and into their heart of it all. Cobblestones line the streets everywhere. It feels like we are in a true European town.

Tonight we embark on a walking ...

Day 12 Topdeck Tour - Sobering Mauthausen

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... made and uniforms. There was also a memorial room where all the names of the victims nearly 200,000.

After 2 sobering hours we got back on the bus and drove to the town of Mauthausen where we stopped for lunch. We had McDonalds for lunch a naughty pleasure of burgers. We were told that the Austrian McDonalds serve beer but unfortunately not at this branch.

We drove few more hours into Czech Republic and stopped at a ...

Berlin hangover/Prague

A travel blog entry by katstevenson

10:25 On the bus - I've had maybe three hours sleep and I'm a bit hungover, but I'm finally starting to feel myself again. It feels good to be this awesome. We checked out the east Germany art gallery, which is essentially some of the remaining Berlin Wall covered with painting from many different artists from around the world. Got some sick as, hungover pictures with Zoe. Then on and off slept the rest of the bus ride. Nothing hurt more than only two hours sleep in the morning. There's ...


A travel blog entry by ematravels


... the trip.
André was swift on the reply, I think it didn't take him more than half an hour to confirm Jaroslav had booked me a bed on their Prague hostel. They work for the St. Christopher’s Inn chain of hostels, which I had already used in Edinburgh and was more than happy to repeat the experience, as I know they have an above than average service and there wouldn't be crazy hippies partying inside the room till late hours in the night.

My ride dropped ...

Our second day in Prague

A travel blog entry by fitchett


... and ruled the empire that had originally been ruled by Charlemagne 400 years prior - Germany, Austria, Czech lands, Eastern France, the Netherlands, Switzerland and most of Italy. He had a big impact on Prague and built famous Charles Bridge and founded Charles University. Charles IV used the Karlstejn Castle as his summer palace, but it was not much used after the lifetime of his sons. It was built between 1348 and ...

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