Dolce Villa Hotel
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... was taking the Castle Tour after lunch, so we decided to do that too. But we stopped to have ribs and garlic bread first. The Castle Tour included a beer stop at the monastery and we also stopped to get some partially fermented wine at the end of the tour.
Partially fermented wine... yep Burcak (pronounced bur-chack). Tastes a bit like cider, cloudy, yeasty. Quite delicious. About 5% alcohol, but a bit easy to drink.
The next day we rested. ...
Jim, Travis, Sheila and I flew Air Berlin to Hamburg Germany and then to Prague, Czech Republic on Czech Air. We were delayed in Alicante and had a long layover in Hamburg, so when we arrived in Prague, 9:20 pm we were tired, got a taxi to our hotel and were thankful of getting into our rooms for sleep. We stayed at the Hastal in Old Town Prague which was a comfortable hotel recommended in our tour ...
... a few more rooms, we ran into an English-speaking tour group of high schoolers and trailed behind them, trying to hear all that the tour guide was saying. He gave some gruesome details of what some of the prisoners had to go through. It was awful to hear about it.
Eventually, Matt and I broke away from the tour group and found a passageway that served as a tunnel to get from one side of the camp to the other. Before Terezin was a ...
As I said, the Czech Republic is home to the lager, so I was excited to tour some of the local bars and try the greatest Pilsners available! I met the brew tour in the main square. There were only about 7 of us, but we were all excited to get to drinking. Our first bar was Lokal, a so-called "Tank Bar." The designation comes from the fact that the beer is kept in a large tank displayed under a glass case spanning the length of the bar. The beer served is a special ...
... the country during WW2. The Jewish community if Prague was virtually wiped out during WW2. Of the 15,000 Jewish children sent to concentration camps, only 100 survived. The diaries if one of these children is documented in "Helgas Diaries" - quite a good read.
After WW2 much of the area was surrounds were controlled by Soviet rule under a communist regime. After the fall of the USSR in 1991 the ...