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... you wander around a series of displays depicting life in communist Czech Republic. After visiting an interrogation room guests sit and watch a movie with footage of the 1968 protests and the Velvet Revolution of 1989. It was very moving footage. The video also touches on agriculture under the Russians, and the fact that they added so much poison the food that life spans dramatically dropped.
After lunch we walked back ...
... to store and transport beer, refrigeration for houses, and fresh water. They were cool and moist, and I’m glad we had a guide with us or we most definitely would have got lost! The poor guide, even in Czech, you could tell she was nervous, and we learned at the end of the tour that it had been her very first tour being the guide on her own!
We had yet more rain in Pilsen, but found a restaurant close to the hotel. ...
... agreed that this was the best dish of all and I certainly thought it was too. The warm food was a contrast to the storm outside.
From lunch we found the summer castle. Skies had cleared so it was perfect timing.
The castle was closed for the day but the gardens were quite beautiful. We wandered about for some time before heading down the path to some Hungarian Coffee, a coffee with egg liquor.
Time to get back to Amberg and watch the world ...
Had a wander round that for a while, they have the Russian equivalent of Concorde there, its called "Condordski" very little difference, rumour has it the Russians "obtained" the plans for Concorde and built their own....probably got them from a gay public schoolboy....
So a few pics of a castle ish looking building from Germany and a few from the ...
... Little did we know he had a few special rooms for us to see. One was the “black kitchen”. So named because it was covered in soot from cooking over the hot flames in the room.
We were grateful for his time and expertise but even more impressed with his kind demeanor and easy smile. He was a gracious and accomplished man and one of the many fine rotarians that we can be happy to know during this GSE.