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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- TV Other Russia
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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Tasting unpasteurised beer made using traditional methods was Brendans highlight (drinking my share made it all the more worthwhile) My highlight was dinner.. steak, beans, wedges and grilled vegetables!
... 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 ...
... next train to Cesky Krumlov. Finally it was time to board, yes this was late too, and Beaver found herself sitting next to a Welsh, Buddhist street musician, who told his stories of giving up material possessions, travelling the world and living in the moment. He would normally hitch, but had made a killing (480 Euro) at lake Garda the night before so had treated himself to the train. He had lived in Cesky Krumlov 12 years earlier and set up a hostel so was ...
... 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 ...