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20-10-14. Travel to Holesovice. Purchase New Head Gear. New Sparta Hokej Cap. Plus Woolen Hat. Meet Friend Marketa at La Casa Blu, Kozi. Have Veg Taco,s, Plus Staropramen. Plenty to Talk About. Then Big Highlight for Me. Pick Her Children Up from School. Introduced to Alexandr & Lea. She has Lovely Family. Return to Praha 4. One of Best Bars in Praha. Is, Prvni Pivni Tramway, Sporilov. When Visited Before. Two Trams, from Praha City Centre. Which Sometimes. It is Over Looked. No Need to Do This. Easy Way. Metro - Roztyly. Then Four Stops on Bus 135. Now, No Excuse to Visit !. First Drink. Benedict, Svetly Lezek. Very Easy to Drink. Then Following on from Mexican Restaurant. Ostrava Brewery, Qasek. Fire Dog. 14 Per Cent. Brewed with Chili. Which Lived Up To its Name !. Enjoyed this, Different. Today ( 12-10-14 ). Drank Thwaites. Same Sort of Thing. Spice Racked, 6-0 abv. Spiced up with Chipotles. Smoked - Dried Jalapeno. Finished with Liberec Brewery. Konrad Spytihnev. Tab Service. Pay at Bar, On Leaving. Good Service, Pivo, Plus Excellent Music Played.

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  1. At U Prince Miroslava lately they've been serving Opat Chilli, which is an excellent beer, though a departure from their other flavoured beers in that it doesn't smell strongly. Instead it gently tingles...

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    1. Thanks, Neil. Really Enjoying the Bars. Napalme, Praha. Plus in Sheffield. The Blake Hotel. Not Just Because of the Range of Pivo. But the People. People Who Go to the Bars. Can Really Improve the Experience.

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    2. I haven't made it to Napalme yet, although it's on my list. During our last visit we were befriended by friendly pub Czechs twice - one of whom has put me in touch with his daughter who is learning English! I love the "I know someone who can help with that" culture too.

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