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Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic

Budejovice means Budweis in German. And beer from Budweis is therefore Budweiser. You may now wonder why you always thought that Budweiser is an American beer? Well, apparently the founders of a US brewery decided to use the name Budweiser to name their beer back in the 1800s because of the fact that Budweiser is synonymous with good beer.

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Sedlice, Czech Republic

Sedlice is a tiny Czech town that we drove through when heading from Ceske Budejovice to Bamberg in Germany. As we drove into town we saw this little shop perched on the corner of a side street with lots of frames in the window. We pulled over for a closer inspection and soon realised that the shop specialised in local, handmade lace products which were made in or around Sedlice.

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Sopron, Hungary

We found Sopron a bit of a weird sort or town. Perhaps I think it was just one of those days where we feeling a bit tired and judgmental, but for some reason it just didn't make us feel hugely warm and fuzzy.  

 

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