Hotel Gurman

Address: Namesti Republiky 2, Horsovsky Tyn, Bohemia, 346 01, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Namesti Republiky 2, Horsovsky Tyn.
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        Travel Blogs from Horsovsky Tyn

        All things beer..

        A travel blog entry by bec_brendan on Nov 08, 2015

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        This morning we walked the 5km's to the train station, bought tickets for and eventually boarded the train to Plzen... (1 hr 15min train for $10.. Bargain!)




        Observations from the train showed a sinister side to Prague. (One I know all towns have). ...

        Day 8: Erdinger Brewery and Uncle Manfred

        A travel blog entry by tantheus on Sep 24, 2015

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        ... so we all headed into the brewery for the tour.
        The tour stated off with a beer! An excellent way to start a tour. It was called Champ, one of their lower alcohol percentage beers. This tour would be in the Germany language only so Manu will translate as best she can. We watched a short video on the history of the brewery while finishing our beers. Next the big group split in two smaller groups so ...

        The Devil is in the detail....

        A travel blog entry by kenandcathy on Aug 08, 2015

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        ... than where we had booked….

        Damn details!! There was absolutely no way we were staying in Plzen, so once again poor old Ken jumped in and got us to the correct hotel in very good time (for a man who drives me to distraction with his meandering style of driving in Canberra, the European Ken version is a
        demon behind the wheel – very impressive).

        Domazlice was a hidden ...

        Perusing Plzen

        A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Jul 21, 2015

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        ... shops and the good old Czech stores of yesteryear. The buildings are still spectacular if you take the time to look up at their different facades. The main Square, quite a large one is centred around one church to the back of this is s plague column, commemorating those that died of the plague. In need of coffee Beaver sat at an outside cafe enjoying the day, only to be bombarded with flying ants! Plzen has a problem it seems! Well so did Beaver, so she legged it ...

        Beer, Beer aaaaaaand...more Beer!

        A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 26, 2015

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        In researching our European adventure, I borrowed a highly informative book called 'Europe by Eurail' from Wellington library which suggested the town of Plzen, around an hour and half’s train journey from Prague as a place one could visit for the day. Plzen in fact is where Pilsener beer originated and as keen beer drinkers (Mattijs has done a fair amount of beer brewing himself) we decided it would most definitely be worth a visit. The book had described ...