Primavera Hotel & Congress Centre
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Today was a light day early since we know we will have a late night. Since Jeanne again had to work my touring partner Kerri and I decided to go to the Museum of Communism. Located in Wenceslas Square it is only two train stops from the hotel. The museum itself is diffferent, it starts you off with wall signs that tell the story of the Czech Republic from Tomas Masyrak leading a free people after WW1 to the communist takeover after ...
... and I were starting to feel
hungry. We were told to try out the little Authentic Czech restaurant just
around the corner, and took the advice. A lovely little wooden panelled
restaurant and great hearty food was brilliant - they even confirmed that Emmas
food was definitely Gluten Free! What a winner, until later when we got home
and she started feeling sick. A brilliant day, but an unfortunate end...
... 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 ...
... Jan was from Plzen and has an architectural practice of about 15 people. He does about 70% of his work in restoration projects. I spent about an hour and a half at his office and saw some of his work. The detail and technical ability of his staff in both 3D graphic and printed form was quite remarkable. Most of the historic work is without prior documentation. This requires extensive field research and on site investigation. In this business, as in ...