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This morning we walked the 5km's to the train station, bought tickets for and eventually boarded the train to Plzen... (1 hr 15min train for $10.. Bargain!)
Observations from the train showed a sinister side to Prague. (One I know all towns have). ...
... than where we had booked….
Damn details!! There was absolutely no way we were staying in Plzen, so once again poor old Ken jumped in and got us to the correct hotel in very good time (for a man who drives me to distraction with his meandering style of driving in Canberra, the European Ken version is a
demon behind the wheel – very impressive).
Domazlice was a hidden ...
... of somewhere less anty. Eventually a rest and some very good coffee do $2 was found with a lovely bakery next door. Pointing and holding fingers up is the way to get what you want and much gesticulating later Beaver tucked into a pastry of some description. It was tasty though, so hardly touched the sides. Old town done, it was time to head back to the hotel to check out. A quick message to slug whilst still having wifi, before it was time to leave. This ...
... favourite part, not just for the beer tasting but they were exactly how I imagined cellars would be, cold and eerily quiet with huge barrels stacked against the walls. A lot of money had evidently been invested in the visitor experience judging from the impressive interactive videos which explained the brewing process and the science behind making the perfect pint. Not that most people in our tour really cared, they were more concerned with having thousands of ...
... walking down to the Urquell Brewery, for another complimentary beer, this one the free-be from the underground tour.
With little more to do than wander back into the town centre, taking in the sights of the gardens along the way, and stop for another beer, we enjoyed the last of the afternoon sunshine, before heading back to the camper.
Doing a quick tally of our spendings for the day, we worked out lunch cost us 12 Euro, meaning our whole day of drinking ...