Prague all the way, truly great city. My godson has been there for three years, not the type I ever would have thought would go to central Europe in a million years, he loves it. Can put you in touch if you want. Though if you could do 6 months in both places you’d be laughing!
The ladies are always very easy on the eye when the beer is strong & cheap!
Well this plan took a twis, I move to Brussels on Wednesday!!
Enjoy. Lived there for a bit. Not as drab, grey and boring as people say it is. Only an hour and a half from home. Great train service too there so make sure if you get the chance to do some travelling. 1 word of warning though if you drink Duvel, Leffe, Affligem or any of the stronger beers 1 or 2 is more than enough. Any more than that dont say I didnt warn you! I’ve missed days from work from that stuff especially Duvel.
Was on a stag there a few years ago and was ordering two pints of Kwak at a time due to it taking an age to serve.
Safe to say that weekend was a bit of a blur.
Advice on the drink is welcome and appreciated, my mother can thank you for me not ending up in a ditch in Belgium!
Good call Parish add Kwak to the list Witty. If its still there Mappa Mundo down near O’Reillys at the Bourse is a nice bar. If you are into clubbing Fuse on Rue Blaes / Blaasstraat is a must visit.
It has the most beautiful square in the world, Le Grand Place. But the rest of it looks like Parnell Street.
Bollicken is a great beer, and a great name too!
Suppose it’s better to go out for one than to go home for one:grinning:
Die Koeniken left me for dead but it was a blissful demise…
Yis weren’t bloody joking about the beer
Hair of the dog… go for it!!!
Wayyyyyyy ahead of you!
Don’t you have to have a branded glass for each beer there?
You do indeed, they’re very particular about their glasses…
Ha Ha laughed my head off when I read your earlier post. What were or are you drinking? A boulette chaud (Bread roll with spicy meatball) or grub from Fritland in town will sort you out.
Regarding the glasses I was told once I couldnt have a particular beer as they didnt have the proper glass for it. I had to point out I was Irish and would drink it out of a manky wellie.
I was drinking a kesteel, which happens to be about 11%, two is more than enough… although I’ve just finished work, and might be on my 4th? It’s actually ridiculous how particular about their glasses they are, it’s like the posh women at home who will only drink G&Ts from a goblet…