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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 ...
Today was a light day early since we know we will have a late night. Since Jeanne again had to work my touring partner Kerri and I decided to go to the Museum of Communism. Located in Wenceslas Square it is only two train stops from the hotel. The museum itself is diffferent, it starts you off with wall signs that tell the story of the Czech Republic from Tomas Masyrak leading a free people after WW1 to the communist takeover after ...
... to see the scale of the brewery – it’s gigantic. The bottling plant alone was phenomenal, with a capacity of 120,000 bottles per hour. You got to see the historical side of the brewery as well as the new contemporary side –
essentially everything is brewed in the same way, only bigger and better with more robotics and less man power. It’s all about being more efficient and brewing more beer! I suppose ...
... the Anna Mine by car (instead of the originally planned walking :)).
From the yard of the Anna shaft it is possible to go underground by little mining train to the 260 m long Prokop Adit from 1832, which leads to the mouth of the Prokop pit, which is the deepest shaft of the Brezové Hory mining district (with the depth of 1600 m). We also had an opportunity to admire a technical monument - a steam winding engine from 1914 that is situated in the ...
The lovely city of Opava has a very small population and all of them were at the Christmas Markets on Friday evening. After a nice cup of punch we headed for the excellent underground venue Bar Jam where we were force-fed really lovely beer and vodka shots.
We thought that Saturday would be a busy shopping day to busk in the square but when we got there we saw a desolate sight!!!
So we went to Brno to try out the busking scene there. :)