Primavera Hotel & Congress Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
... shops and the good old Czech stores of yesteryear. The buildings are still spectacular if you take the time to look up at their different facades. The main Square, quite a large one is centred around one church to the back of this is s plague column, commemorating those that died of the plague. In need of coffee Beaver sat at an outside cafe enjoying the day, only to be bombarded with flying ants! Plzen has a problem it seems! Well so did Beaver, so she legged it ...
Plzen (or Pilsen) in the Czech Republic was the last place to visit on this vacation. Pilsen is the Culture Capital of Europe this year and certainly worth it. The center is pretty with many historic buildings and a park that forms a ring around it. The city is best known for its for beer. It was ...
... 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 ...