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Czeching In..

A travel blog entry by flashpackers

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<Brian's brief chronological list of "highlights" (and of whinging)> - Took the train to Prague... turns out this place doesn't use the Euro yet so we had to go get money from the ATM. There was a line there and the family in front of us took out 10000 crowns, so I took out 1000 crowns which was the second smallest offering on the list... boy …

To Prague

A travel blog entry by fulkss

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... and a free coffee/tea machine in the lobby. Hooray. Prague is a medieval city. Streets in our part of Old Town are narrow and winding and change names every few blocks. Even with a map we got lost... but eventually found our way to the Museum of Communism, a quirky collection of narratives, posters, statues, collectibles from the Czech experiences during the Nazi regime and then the ...

Back full circle

A travel blog entry by colleensouness

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... size: 12px; line-height: normal; font-family: Helvetica;">Public transport is awesome. As is the architecture, cafes, pastries, saunas...

  • The people are classy and all pretty friendly (provided they're not at a service counter or a Polish bus driver). All the couchsurfing hosts we stayed with were really wonderful and I’m so glad we ...

Prague Day 2

A travel blog entry by andrewalice

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... for not revealing her secrets to the King.

After the church, we went to the Old Royal Palace, Basiliilica and Convent of St.George and through the Golden Lane. After the Golden Lane, we went to a lookout point to get some nice pictures of the city form above. The last part of the tour was visiting the Wallenstein Palace Garden

Lunch:
We went to a local restaurant recommended by our guide. The restaurant was packed, ...

City Night Line + Prague Day 1

A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna

... lots of toast. We’ve learned that they are all about the toast. So the cocktail was unusual. For the Entrée, we ordered Devil’s Toast; Svickova Roast beef with whip sauce, cranberries and dumplings for Ramsey. Venison Goulash Zlata Kovadlina with Horseradish and bacon dumplings for Jenna. Ramsey’s pick was for sure the winner, but I loved the Devils toast. Toast covered in mincemeat. When my selection was served, it was strange looking at ...

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