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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Purkmistr Plzen
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... and we arrived mid morning. Being school holidays the town was absolutely packed and we decided we would move on, to somewhere a little quieter.
As we were heading to the Czech Republic, we thought Plzen would be a good place to go, Ken could satisfy his European beer hunt at the Mecca of brewing in the Czech Republic and we would be within easy reach of Prague…. Jumped online and booked ...
... some lunch onsite at Na Splitze restaurant, a big beer hall seating over 500. It was pretty quiet, so Beer and sausage in hand, Beaver was happy once more, but wishing slug was there with her. In no time it was off back to the station to get the 2.5 hour train to Cesky Krumlov, or so she thought! The train was boarded and Beaver settled down for the journey to Ceske Budouvice where she had to change trains, however about 30 mins into the journey the train ground to ...
... and Allied veterans."
The opening ceremony for the Patton Memorial Pilsen was held on May 5, 2005, on the 60th anniversary of the US Army´s liberation of Pilsen and southwestern Bohemia. This permanent exhibition is a lasting memorial to this historical event at the twilight of World War II.
... and wet passages we traipsed through. We had to wear hard hats, with hair nets underneath. It wasn’t the most enjoyable experience I must admit and spent most of it wishing it would end so we could go on the Brewery Tour. What was also bizarre that when we were visiting there happened to be an exhibition of children’s art down in these tunnels. So we would turn a corner and see crappily drawn fish, trees or people drawn by five year olds?!
... gardens around the perimeter of the old town where the city walls and moat used to be. And best of all, no crowds. Of course it isn't anywhere near as beautiful as Prague. I walked around the old town for a little and went into the gothic cathedral of St Bartholomew. I also went up the tower for some great views. You can see the hills of Germany from there. From that vantage point you could see that maybe the old town is the only part of ...