Mam rad cheske holky (only thing i learnt to say)
Trip Start Aug 02, 2012
49Trip End Dec 01, 2012
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Visiting a city usually means a something 1-4 days allocated to sightseeing, this isn't really needed here in Brno, half a day tops will cover it. However it doesn't help if you turn up on a Sunday night, Monday's in Brno are counted as anti-tourist day. Absolutely everything touristy is closed on a Monday, well that's not entirely true, the tourist information office did give me one suggestion....a 'famous' Jewish cemetery, that's just what my trip has been missing! ...but actually I think I'll give it a miss! So my day of sightseeing basically consisted of walking around seeing everything from the outside, saves me a bit of money I guess!
I'm staying with a guy called Tomas who kindly offered me a place to stay on couch surfing at the last minute, he's a student but has a massive apartment 10 minutes walk to the city which I loved
I said Czech beer never costs more than 1 euro, I lied, I went to meet Mira for a liquid lunch at a pub which has the best rated beer in Czech Rep. It costs just under 2 euros and that's incredibly expensive in Brno but you are paying for the best beer in the entire country so its always worth it, even if your lunch consists of 4 beers and a shot of slvovice! Well it gets me prepared to go and watch an ice hockey match so it's all good!
I've been to see 1 ice hockey match before which was in Sweden and it was nice and all but it wasn't anything like this. Packed out stadium with the best fans in the country going nuts and the one thing Sweden completely missed out was the fights! I have always associated ice hockey with violence and so do the Czech's, I lost count how many fights the players had on the ice, I know it's nothing to be proud of but it sure was entertaining
So another entire week almost of late nights out drinking, think it's time for a few more chilled out days, do you think Budapest can offer that??