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... for its brewery.. That's really all I need to say. We started this adventure in the museum followed by the underground and then the breeey itself.. With amble free beer coupons, ice rooms, a sound and light show and packaging hall, the brewery tour dare I say was very good. ...
... there was to see as we were very limited in language, and being a smaller town there wasn’t too much assistance for English speakers – German is the second language for most Czechs, so we decided to move on and be more mindful in future of those pesky details, like
We were so glad we decided to move to another destination we we arrived in Cesky Krumlov....stay tuned!
... some lunch onsite at Na Splitze restaurant, a big beer hall seating over 500. It was pretty quiet, so Beer and sausage in hand, Beaver was happy once more, but wishing slug was there with her. In no time it was off back to the station to get the 2.5 hour train to Cesky Krumlov, or so she thought! The train was boarded and Beaver settled down for the journey to Ceske Budouvice where she had to change trains, however about 30 mins into the journey the train ground to ...
... here in the middle of the 16th century. It's the home of the famous Pilsener Urquell. We would have loved to visit the brewery or the beer museum but we got into town too late.
Here an extract from Wikipedia for our American friends:
"On 6 May 1945, near the end of World War ...
... curious to see how other expenses would add up.
On the advice of the guide books, we stopped in at Loket, a small town, known for its medieval castle built around the river bends that fringe the settlement. Somehow we’d managed to time our visit with the annual castle festival, so were treated to stalls of food and crafts and musicians, during our walk.