Brewery Hotel U Medvidku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Czech-Italian fusion restaurant that was phenomenal, if not unexpected. Afterwards, we wandered to the old city square only to trip over an outdoor concert featuring Earth, Wind & Fire (rain as well, but we didn't mind ). So cool to groove to some 70's funk in the shadow of a 13th century church & clock tower. The guys were looking a little worse for the wear but sounded great.
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We arrived in Prague via 2 trains from Salzburg. Along the way we passed through beautiful hills of Austria and it seemed that the moment we crossed the border the scenery changed; timber yards, small factories and barren woodlands. Yes, we were definitely in the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic, previously Czechoslovakia, became an independent country in 1993. For a long time they under the Communist rule of the Soviets which unfortunately did not do much for their ...
... it goes through the fermentation process. Later that day we wondered the streets of Ceske Budejovice, which is a quaint town to check out. Of course we stopped for beer at a local pub along the river where English was not spoken. Luckily another beer lover there could translate for us and we ordered our $1.20 beers.
On Wednesday we went to Prague and spent the afternoon on a walking tour, checking out the highlights of the city including the ...
... wall of artificial stalactites that look like skulls and other figures. Interesting place and not too crowded. After the gardens, Diane and I went for a typical Czech meal. We had fried Brie and a crepe (with beer of course). We sat in a patio although it had started raining. They just increased the awning coverage. We then walked across the Charles Bridge (Karluv Most). It is considered one of ...
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