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Today I took a day trip to Cesky Krumlov to visit the Schwarzenberg Castle. The town is a UNeSCO world heritage site and the castle is the second largest in the Czech Republic. Along the way there was also nice scenery and we passed through several ...
... tispy before so it was a bit more interesting. I was actually the only english tourist there so I got a nice private tour Of the brewerie from a nice old lady! The non-filtered budweiser beer was by far one of the best beers I've tasted so far in Czech. Too bad you can't get it anywhere but there since it can really travel well. So yeah, pretty much a day trip there was more than enough. Good ...
... the play, including some goats and horses and there were a lot of VERY enthusiastic singers on the stage. It was an interesting performance and the mulled wine we drank throughout it definitely helped us enjoy it that little bit more!! We spent the evening indulging in some local food at a 600 year old brewery. The food was fantastic however unfortunately I can't say the same for the beer. Turns out they may not have changed the pipes a single time in those 600 ...
A major highlight in Czech Republic, and also a world heritage site, is Cesky Krumlov, a town located in the city of České Budějovice. Krumlov castle is the most distinct sight in the town, and many small shops and cafes scatter ...
... very clear that american bud had directly imitated them, stolen the name, and then started a law suit dictating that budvar would be disallowed from selling their product by the name budweiser in america.
After having a beer each in a bar directly attached to the brewery, we completed our journey to prague and arrived much later than anticipated; one small stop adding a disproportionate amount of time to our journey. We got a quick ...
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