Hotel U Zvonu
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... face down to avoid both the guilt trip and shame brought by begging. This was different to Krakow as many beggers carried signs 'money for beer'. Older women pushing carts collecting rubbish and the homeless woken cruely in the morning reminded me of my blessings.
... there was to see as we were very limited in language, and being a smaller town there wasn’t too much assistance for English speakers – German is the second language for most Czechs, so we decided to move on and be more mindful in future of those pesky details, like
We were so glad we decided to move to another destination we we arrived in Cesky Krumlov....stay tuned!
... disgruntled passengers we set on our way to Cecinice . Eventually we arrived long after we were supposed to be in Ceske Buduovice. Surely, she thought, (wrongly it appeared) that they would hold the train the other end. Anyway, once we arrived at the station so had all the other busses, a man got on and explained something in Czech and the bus closed its doors, head down a very narrow woodland path, chucked a u turn and set off. Slightly panicking, Beaver asked ...
... there had to be a reason why tourists visited this place surely??
Escaping the ‘modern’ centre unscathed, we arrived in the historical centre’s town square which was home to St Bartholemew’s Cathedral, an impressive spectacle indeed. Along with some phallic looking fountains, the square boasted a Plague Memorial dating from the 1700s. It was adorned with skulls and angelic looking children. Highly depressing times indeed. ...
Drove to Plzen the home town of Pilsner Urquell, Czechs world famous beer. A beer that inspired more then two thirds of all world beers labeled Pils, Pilsner or pilsener. Arrived just in time for the English tour, got put on a bus and entered the huge brewery. Walked through the heart of the brewery, looked at both the historical and contemporary brewhouse. Also visiting the modern bottling hall, which has a capacity ...