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The devil is in the detail…
And we are off… underprepared, but looking forward to our time away. We were pleasantly surprised with the Qantas flight to Singapore – new plane, good seats, new touch screen
displays with plenty of movies and TV programs to while away the time.
Singapore was just a stopover, but we did a morning orientation of the city and ...
Beaver slept surprisingly well considering the austere surroundings. Deciding to head off early and check out Plzen. The park in front of the Hotel Slovan seemed to be a meeting point of the city with its shaded walkways and statues. First stop was the Great Synagogue, which is apparently the third largest in the world. It wasn't open to go inside but instead the facade was pretty impressive. A few blocks later and Beaver was in the old town which was a mixture ...
... 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 ...
... there had to be a reason why tourists visited this place surely??
Escaping the ‘modern’ centre unscathed, we arrived in the historical centre’s town square which was home to St Bartholemew’s Cathedral, an impressive spectacle indeed. Along with some phallic looking fountains, the square boasted a Plague Memorial dating from the 1700s. It was adorned with skulls and angelic looking children. Highly depressing times indeed. ...
... 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.