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Czech Republic

Deciding we hadn't had quite enough beer, we moved on to Prague to sample the renowned cheap and awesome Czech beer (and wine for Leon, apparently not convinced by oktoberfest)
Whilst there we trialed the traditional Czech food of pork, dumplings, and more dumplings and also appreciated the beatifull architecture around the city.

Seeing as we were enjoying the cheapness of the Czech Republic so much, Katherine and Charlotte decided to head to another city near Prague - Cesky Krumlov.
Known as a mini Prague, Cesky Krumlov also had lots of cheap beer, including Budweiser - the original beer from the town Budvar in its best form, Super Strong!
Although after doing a tour through the local beer brewery in Cesky, which we suspect has not been updated or cleaned since it was built in the 1800's we decided to move on from the Czech beer and head to Austria!

Posted by woods 08:26 Archived in Czech Republic

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