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... and drinking nasty water from my new spa cup, we then headed to the Becherovka factory. Becherovka was designed by Jan Becher in Karlovy Vary. This drink was originally designed as a medicine that aids with digestive problems. The taste was liked so much, however, that it has now been turned into a famous Czech drink. ISA took us through the history of the medicine and then we all got to try a little bit of it. It definitely had an interesting flavor! Afterwards, ...
... almost every time, but my marketing class has been pretty interesting. This last Thursday, we combined class with Czech students to listen to the Czech and Slovakian Marketing director for SABMiller. This company produces Pilsner Urquell and a lot of the other famous Czech beers. Listening to him talk and give life advice made me excited for the future. He was from Scotland, but has worked all over the world and even knew a lot of the Czech language. He really made me think ...
We arrived in Karlovy Vary and we went for a walk around town and their tradition is healing spa water.
Some of it is about 72 degrees and then you drink it and it heals you, I don't believe it.
But I am DEFINITELY NEVER drinking that water again.
The next day is Zaras BIRTHDAY, but the funny thing is I slept in until about 9:00 until they
We walked around town.
This town is known for healing water and spas.
The healing water is disgusting. It is 72 degress hot.
That is the hottest I saw.
Dad drank most of it.
I had 1 sip.
IT WAS DISGUSTING!
Zara had her birthday there.
Zara got make up, Anna ...
... one of the horses ****.
It was amazing to see your daughter with a smile that lights up her face, in a princess horse and carriage, while playing Frozen, Let it Go song on the iphone.
We finished up our stay with a funicular tram ride up to a great observation tower overlooking the town.
There was a cute, mini zoo that the kids enjoyed feeding the few animals ...