Hotel Roudna, Plzen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for its brewery.. That's really all I need to say. We started this adventure in the museum followed by the underground and then the breeey itself.. With amble free beer coupons, ice rooms, a sound and light show and packaging hall, the brewery tour dare I say was very good. ...
... We were lucky because Saturday was the 750 birthday of the town and there was a huge market in the town with homemade items mostly pottery for sale by people from various countries in Europe. Peter picked us up at the Zlicin subway and first took us to his girl friends mothers house where Leba had little snacks for us. Then we headed to the market where had it not been sooo ...
... Finally arriving in Cesky Krumlov there was a long walk into town ( about 35 mins) but needing exercise after the last few hours Beaver set off. Once the corner was turned at the top of the hill the Beaty if the town revealed itself. Wow! Once through the gate into the old town it reminded Beaver of Rothenburg in Germany where she had last been with her beloved Slug. Tired and hungry, she ate and retired to her room, which was hot but a vast improvement on the night ...
... be attended by some Bromley bigwigs...I've been invited to stay (she runs a guest house....;-)). being as you can't get near the *******s in the UK I might just turn up to tell them what I think about the Bromley council services....whats the worst that can happen...
So Sinsheim, it has a quire famous Technik museum, think cars and aircraft. Lots of cars and not too ...
... work is generally bid from these documents so the accuracy of the information described is very critical. Keep in mind that they are trying to create bid documents on structures which are 300 - 400 years old.
Back to the Museum. Jan began the tour with our group - He added insight in a friendly, comfortable manner. He described the items - their historic importance and even the reasons they were on display. His knowledge was ...