Jenstejnska Apartments

Jenstejnska 1776 / 2, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic | Lodge
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Prague

A travel blog entry by mickangrace

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Prague is definitely one of our favourite stops on the trip. Our hostel was conveniently located next to the 'beer museum' which was more of a pub but had 30 beers on tap which we made most of our way through. We did another free walking tour around the city's old city centre, Jewish quarter and watched the astronomical clock. Prague's architecture and cobbled streets makes ...

Its raining but Prague is still beautiful.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40

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... and the wonderful church. An original map in the monastery shows the way the city wall encircled the original town.The monastery occupies a wonderful site above Prague and the views are spectacular.

We then made our way down the narrow cobbled streets to Prague Castle established originally as a timber fort in the late 19th Century and rebuilt in the 16th Century. Today it is the home to the president of the Czech Republic. ...

Eastern Europe Road/Rail Trip

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri

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... a little bar tour of our own, a very good way to keep warm and taste the local beers! On our return to the backpackers we were given a voucher for a free drink at the downstairs bar which ended up being a shot of a Slovakian spirit (like gin but even worse) where we enjoyed the company of some locals who wanted to know what we ate in New Zealand at Christmas time, was the most fun we’d had at a backpackers in all of Europe ...

Prague, Krakow & Berlin

A travel blog entry by mady.bolch

... is that it was back to Euros, a currency that we have fully grasped! So no more getting out our calculators trying to figure out the conversion.

Our hostel in Berlin was probably one of the worst places that we stayed in throughout our time in Europe. It was called 36 Rooms and it was the dirtiest, most disgusting buildings I have ever stayed in. The bunk beds were tiny, the top bunk was literally as high as my hip, the mattresses were stained and my pillow had ...

Time has stopped

A travel blog entry by cdicosmo

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... of it was rebuilt in the renaissance and baroque style. The palace also houses St. Vitus' Cathedral, wich was started in 1344 and completed in 1929. We stopped very frequently as the boys grew tired and didn't stay to long. We did withness the changing of the guard, view the magnificent gardens and visited the many squares and the current home to the president. Now that we got my cathedral fix in, ww ...

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