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Travel Blogs from Plzen
... came to maybe less than 25 Euro total – our budget likes it here! Deciding that just one more beer at the campsite was in order, I sat down to enjoy another ‘unfiltered’ something and Jase, giving into his urge for a quick laugh, ordered a Duff (just like Homer Simpson drinks) – apparently brewed in Germany.
Beer drinking day in the sun over, we headed back to Larz for dinner and both stuffed full of food and hoppy goodness, headed to bed not long ...
... rather unceremoniously, into the Czech Republic, pulling into the first petrol station to plot our course to Loket on the new App and buy a highway ticket.
With no Crowns in our pockets we had to pay for the ticket in Euro and really had no idea how much the 300 Crown would equate to. 12 Euro was the answer, so feeling like kings in this new country we ventured ...
On our way to Prague and still on the hunt for Castles we stumbled across this amazing Chateau on a hill between Plzen and Prague. It was built in the 1100's (like most castles seem to be), more like a Chateau than a traditional turreted castle but they still call them Castles.
We went on a tour with a Czech speaking guide so some of the info is a little blurred, built for a King originally and has had a long history which ...
... revisit and use public transport, I won't carry a stick. Not only children but men - and women - of all ages up to not much less than mine, would insist that I took their seat. Couldn't be doing with it!. Other curiosities - no dead animals on the roadside, no live ones in the countryside - we scarcely saw a cow or sheep - and barely a hawk in the sky. A country with a prosperous feel - lots of building going on, with typical generous facilities ...
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Compared to the Budvar tour, the Urquell tour had all the hallmarks of a global beer company (SAB Miller) - flashy video presentations, massive scale and a big bus to transport everyone around the facility to do the tour (Budvar was all on foot).
Our guide was great and explained the ins and outs of the brewery, it's history and current operations. The main downside was the size of the group with about 50 people, most who didn't seem ...
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