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... back I think they just turned the temperature setting right up for when the room wasn't in use)Sat 13/12/14
- I woke up, showered and ate the yogurt that I had left on the windowsill.
- There was a saxophone player busking on the street below. I could here him clearly from my room.
- I updated my diary and then headed to the brewery museum. The lady at the reception tried explaining something to me but I couldn't quite work it out. ...
... 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 ...
... had about 10 minutes to kill. They could have at least put out some peanuts for Christmas.
The ride out to Pilsen was short, just an hour and a half. The countryside became way more interesting. It was filled with forests, cliffs off in the distance and hills. We would have liked to stop and trek through some of the woods that we saw... maybe some other time. At one point John saw a man rock climbing by himself on a pretty steep rock face. I don't think that ...
... meters. Enough to fit 5 football fields. They have four lines. One specifically for recycled glass bottles, the others for new glass bottles, cans and plastic bottles. They can fill and package 120,000 bottles an hour and that doesn't count the cans at the same time. We then watched a short video on what makes Pilsner Urquell unique and a bit on its history. Basically it revolutionised how beer was brewed by using a new method of ...
... was a pleasant change from French museums being good value and interesting. A several page description in English was available. The modest entry fee included a half litre of pils in the museum restaurant, provided by somewhat surly bar staff. Perhaps influenced by the litre and a half of pils I'd enjoyed I lashed out 12€ on a lidded stein, telling myself it would keep wasps out of my beer and only remembering later that I normally stick to drinking wine when abroad. Ah ...