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... to go at 6.30am. This was the first detail we should have paid more attention to, from our quick glance at the paperwork we thought we had a 10am car pick up time…. Hhmmm – quick bathroom break and then we hit the road.
Our plan was to stay at a couple of places en-route to Prague, the first destination being Schwäbisch Hall in Germany. Ken channeled his inner Lewis Hamilton on ...
... to see friends as he loved it there. He said that after a day in a place he knew how much money he needed to survive and usually got that within a couple of hours. He stayed in hostels as they were cheap, had a bathroom, kitchen, Internet, lounge and he met people and didn't need to worry about bills or contracts and could be a free spirit. When you look at it like that, it makes sense. If you lose it all, you can still survive somewhere in the world and live ...
... stuff indeed. Some parts were interesting though, all the replica mugs and brewing jugs and the history attached to them but the history of Czech brewery I can confirm is not the most fascinating of subjects. Perhaps the only bonus was a free beer at the end of it!
We’d heard about the underground cellars in Plzen and were keen to see them, except we didn’t realise when we booked our ticket that there were in fact, two different ...
... taking the stairs down... I wish we would have taken them up in the first place).
We took in the views from the top of the hill and strolled through the gardens. There was not much to see in the gardens because everything was winterfied and bundled up. We made our way over to the lookout tower that looked like the Eiffel tower. We were going to go up the tower but they charged a rediculous amount to enter the observation room and you had to pay extra to use ...
... visiting. That and of course the Pilsner Brewery and Brewery museum. I went to the brewery museum first and took a tour of the underground tunnel ways that stretch around the old city. They started off as cellars in the 12th century, and then natural water wells were discovered. Over time these became a network of tunnels, cellars and wells. They used to brew and store beer down there. In total there is about 14km of tunnels. We went ...