Primavera Hotel & Congress Centre
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... for its brewery.. That's really all I need to say. We started this adventure in the museum followed by the underground and then the breeey itself.. With amble free beer coupons, ice rooms, a sound and light show and packaging hall, the brewery tour dare I say was very good. ...
... 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 ...
Beaver slept surprisingly well considering the austere surroundings. Deciding to head off early and check out Plzen. The park in front of the Hotel Slovan seemed to be a meeting point of the city with its shaded walkways and statues. First stop was the Great Synagogue, which is apparently the third largest in the world. It wasn't open to go inside but instead the facade was pretty impressive. A few blocks later and Beaver was in the old town which was a mixture ...
... with the remnants of a tour group who were a mixture of Asians and older Americans. Our tour guide was a nice, but visibly worn down young guy who like many people I imagine in Prague and the surrounds, hated tourists, and with good reason.
Despite the inconsiderate cretins we had been lumped with (one woman took photos on her Ipad constantly throughout the ninety minutes whilst another had an unnatural attachment to his selfie stick), both Mattijs and ...
... forward to. Safety helmets on, we entered the tunnels with our guide and group of 6 others, interested in what the 3 levels of cellars would reveal.
Most of the towns activities are connected to beer and beer production and the 14km of winding tunnels are no exception. Constructed over a 400 year period during the middle-ages, the cellars we used initially as food and beer storage, but as the cellars become connected through tunnels, they were also used as hide-outs during ...