- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... better if the window wasn't placed so high! We aren't all giants you know!
Once we left the facility we were off to the Pilsner Urquell brewery. Began in 1842 after a bad batch of Pilsner tarnished the name, this place certainly brought it back. I'm sure you can tell from my previous posts, but I prefer dark beer for sure and I ended up having 3 of these pilsners. We descended to the lower caverns of the brewery where ...
... to see the scale of the brewery – it’s gigantic. The bottling plant alone was phenomenal, with a capacity of 120,000 bottles per hour. You got to see the historical side of the brewery as well as the new contemporary side –
essentially everything is brewed in the same way, only bigger and better with more robotics and less man power. It’s all about being more efficient and brewing more beer! I suppose ...
... had to eat first. We found a little pub and popped in, the weather was becoming fierce outside; wind, and very dark skies.
What a wonderful surprise; the restaurant served gluten free food, nearly everything on the menu could be made gluten free. This had been a problem in Prague, there were very few selections so this was so very welcome. I had a meal called Tavern Potatoes; consisting of fried potato slices, a cream sauce with ham and broccoli over the ...
Plzen is home the Pilsner Urquell brewery which is the label which Josef Groll created when he was too slow to copyright 'Pilsner' after creating the worlds most popular type of beer.
We spent a few hours exploring the central city and had dinner at the breweries restaurant as we were too late for a tour. ...
... good chance!*
So much rain has caused the rivers (Danube, Vltava, and Berounka) to flood, the worst flooding Czech has seen in a decade. Czech Republic has declared a state of emergency. Prague has closed lines on the underground train, evacuated the Prague Zoo, and closed the historical Charles Bridge. Schools have been closed because public transportation is widely used by students to get to ...