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Old 09-30-2003, 06:16 AM   #1
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Since most of you are travlers and always looking for great places to stay I recommend two hostels in Czech Republic. The 1st is in Prague. It's called Sir Toby and has a wonder staff and is very clean. Rooms have plenty of space and there are personal lockers under you bed. The place is a little away from the main area, but is in a working class area and allows you to get a full feel for life there.

The second is a wonder little town about 3 hours from Prague. It is just as great as Prague but without the crowds. The food is great and the city is very clean with a wonderful town center. A meal plus a couple of beers is under $5.00. The town is called Olomouc. The hostel there is the Poets' Corner, It is run by a lovely couple, Greg and Francie. They go out of their way to make you feel at home and the place is very clean. The town is a wonder experience and offers a much slower pace and has a great bar scene. Their web site is www.hostelolomouc.com.

So in the Czech Republic keeps these places in mind. I'm currently doing a six month swing thru E. Europe and have found these to be the best so far.

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Thanks Larry for the tips on those hostels, its nice to hear when someone enjoys thier stay so much that they wanna send others in the same direction...we hope to hear more of your hostel reviews as you go along, and it would be great to hear abut your trip!!!

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Thanks Larry, and welcome to the boards! Always hear great feedback about Sir Toby's!


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