U Jezulatka Prague

Praha 1 - Mala Strana, Prague, Bohemia, Prague, Czech Republic | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Prague

One month down

A travel blog entry by amandatravels

... and toothbrushes. I ended up eating a large Mediterranean pita with about 3 different kinds of sauces and olives and jalapeños. I didn't feel too great after that but it was worth it :) I did a day trip out to Meissen to visit the porcelain museum and got to see the different stages of how they make all the porcelain plates and statues. Walked up to see the Albrechtsburg castle, they didn't allow photos but it was beautiful instead with large murals and we had to ...

Stop 15: Prague

A travel blog entry by meaghanslatts

... rice noodles :( I was very sick for a while there... but in true Slattery form i soldiered on and made a very large dent in the pub crawl organised for that evening! I won the raffle and won a tequila shot...after that i was back in the game. At our hostel, every Saturday night was supposed to be a boat pub crawl but that was cancelled on our night due to torrential rain. That left Ben and my walk home from the infamous 5 story club at 3:30 in the morning being very ...

Day 28

A travel blog entry by banvilleabroad

... to see, so it was Larissa who came up with things to see. After wondering around Old Town for a while we headed to Charles Bridge and from there to the John Lennon wall. My addition to it was still there, but Freddi's had been painted over. Almost the whole wall had been changed, even though we were there less than 24 hours before. After walking around some more we decided to stop in a restaurant and grab something to eat. We found a nice wood oven pizza place and gave it ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by courtney.madden

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7am bus to Prague this morning! It was only 4 hours, so not far at all really.

We arrived at our hostel to find the most amazing place. It was run by hippies and it was literally like a treehouse/leafy garden. Our room had a big tree mural on the wall downstairs, with a ladder upstairs to the sleeping area with 5 mattresses on the platform. Check out the photos!

Though us children wanted to stay and play in the treehouse ...

Prague - immersion in history

A travel blog entry by diff54

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The old city square is the starting point for many walking tours, where we selected a local woman (Jana) for our guide with a broad mixture of people from other English speaking nations. Her English taught to her by the Russians under the communist regime made for a complex accent and style which took time to master. Her life coming initially from the privations and limitations of the regime and then the change from 1989, meant she had a rich ...

       

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