Hotel Ibis Plzen
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... in some pretty dodgy places for the past 67 days. Don't hate : ) Still, no nice hotel or good breakfast could replace being home with family right now. I am really missing home but I know it will be there when we get back.
In Pilsen we set off to explore the town and to get a Pilsner beer on tap. The beer is made right here in town and is the original Pilsner beer in the world. We quickly noticed that everything, and we mean everything, was closed. Only the ...
... find someone with a big enough engine to jump her but eventually succeeded. Arrived in Prague just after night fall finding the only open campsite. Enjoyed long hot showers and started packing, for our holiday from our holiday. Kates parents fly in tomorrow and are spoiling us with a double apartment in the centre of old town, Prague. So looking forward to living in a building with heating, lights and even a bath YES YES ...
... came to maybe less than 25 Euro total – our budget likes it here! Deciding that just one more beer at the campsite was in order, I sat down to enjoy another ‘unfiltered’ something and Jase, giving into his urge for a quick laugh, ordered a Duff (just like Homer Simpson drinks) – apparently brewed in Germany.
Beer drinking day in the sun over, we headed back to Larz for dinner and both stuffed full of food and hoppy goodness, headed to bed not long ...
... the visit to Plzen alone. I'm just waiting on a grilled pork chop to accompany my delicious beverage. After that I will head to the Pilsner Brewery for a tour. That pork chop was probably the best I've ever had! I've just been on the Pilsner Urquell brewery tour. So worth coming here! The tour was fascinating, I wished Jodi was here because she would have loved the production side of it. First we went to the packing house which is ...
... the campsite and a hare loped across the road as we walked for a tram. Had lunch in town. Delighted to find wifi freely available at the restaurant and that the Pils beer was excellent. Less delighted with the lunch - possibly the worst meal since we visited what was then Czechoslovakia in 1972. Now, I like fat - but really..... It was possible to enter the impressive church but only a few feet from the entrance a wrought iron barrier prevented further sightseeing. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking