Primavera Hotel & Congress Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... little pension in a cute town square called Domazlice and off we went…! We arrived in a horrible industrial city, very dodgy looking and the address we had entered into the GPS was a block of flats from the communist era…. After some mime and lots of shrugging from a shopkeeper, we realised Domazlice is NOT A SUBURB OF PLZEN!! We were in a street with the same name in a completely ...
... She was told that this went straight to Cecinice where they would re-board the train. Phew, thought Beaver as she only had 45 mins to make her connection. The bus set off winding through lots of villages and parched countryside for what seemed like ages, eventually there was civilisation and Beaver got ready to get off, however this was not the stop she needed, but a village on the train line. Seems the bus wasn't direct after all! After much discussion ...
... from German control by the Soviet Red Army. Elements of the 3rd Army, as well as units from the 1st Army, remained in Plzeň until late November 1945, assisting the Czechs with rebuilding. After seizing power in 1948, the Communists undertook a systematic campaign to suppress all acknowledgement of the ...
... 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 ...