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- I headed downstairs and checked out of the hotel.
- This time there was a lady at reception and she spoke english.
- She changed my 1000 kr note and directed me to the bus stop. I grabbed my passport and headed off.
- I walked back to where I had gotten off the bus a couple of days earlier. I waited for a while before realising it was the wrong stop. I eventually found the right place. The lady at the info ...
... better if the window wasn't placed so high! We aren't all giants you know!
Once we left the facility we were off to the Pilsner Urquell brewery. Began in 1842 after a bad batch of Pilsner tarnished the name, this place certainly brought it back. I'm sure you can tell from my previous posts, but I prefer dark beer for sure and I ended up having 3 of these pilsners. We descended to the lower caverns of the brewery where ...
... have to keep all those Czechs happy and make sure they don’t go thirsty! Pilsner Urquell has been brewed at this same brewery since 1842, and they say the Pilsen lager inspired more than 2/3 of the world’s pilsner labelled beers. Thank you Pilsen! The best part of the tour was at the end where we tasted unfiltered and non-pasteurised Pilsner Urquell beer tapped straight from the oak lager barrels. Ahhhhhhhh!
... 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 ...
... Hradistan. We knew we were part of something special when the musicians went silent mid-song to let the audience belt out a few bars of a sweet old ditty that apparently everyone knows.
Day two was equally rewarding, with a morning visit to a medieval castle under a layer of mystical fog. Later, to fulfill medieval day, we toured the city underground which was home to a whole village back in the day. It was amazing to tour ...