The town we live near has 2400 residents, no stoplight and 7 bars and 2 liquor stores.
Ha the county (municipality - uncle google suggested that)
The town of sodra¾ica well the nearest place to me that you can call a town has 800 residents, it has 5 bars and 1 disko there used to be 2 discos but times are hard
The bars are freaking lined up in a row first you have Mikuliè and old fashioned pub with some old fashioned food, then you have ® a normal bar also has food but normal food, then you have Majolka (wine jug) big place god drinks but ugly waitresses, then you have Mesar (the butchers place) small bar has a nice terrace and usually not bad in the waitress department, then there is A D B the place where most of the young folks hang out nice waitresses good music. The disco is called Podmornica (submarine) dont go there too much the music just isnt my thing. You can WALK from the first to the last bar in under 3 minutes. And even though our legal drinking age is after 18 no one cares unless there are 2 cops escorting a woman (an inspector) outside. Im cca 3 km away from Sodra¾ica we only have 1 bar/groccery shop lol (we only have 30 houses (not all of them occupied) in my village so we take what we can get), the next nearest village has 2 bars and its real close to Sodra¾ica, and the village on the other side of Sodra¾ica also has 2 bars one is /a bowling place, the other /a odojk (young pig) baking place.
But Wisconsin sounds interesting too One day once im done exploring Europe im gonna take a shot at America and by the sound of it Wisconsin will be first on the list, and Las Vegas and from what iv seen from video Americas skiing resorts aint bad either.
Edited by frako, : No reason given.
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If you want to see a drinking culture, you should come here to Prague. Boøivojova street is 1,100 m long and, if my hasty count just now is correct, contains 27 purveyors of alcoholic beverages. That's one every 40 metres. And that assumes you don't go anywhere near a side street.
I always figured the name was pulling double duty, describing the beverage and the women.
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