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22-2-15. After Quality Yesterday with Rada. Today Wake to Good Ham & Eggs at Pension Kamyk. Leave - Vltavska. Then Three Stops on Tram 25. Visit NARODNI TECHNICKE MUZEUM. Impressed How Huge Building is. First Exhibit. Printing. Old Books. Stanhope Printing Press. Two Books Catch My Eye. " Christians. How To Prepare For Death. " Plus, " Guide For Bachelor,s ". Continue on to Everyday Appliances. Like Old, New.Irons & Ovens. Show of Cannon Cameras. Section on Astronomy. Tycho Brahe, Feature. All This Viewing. Makes Me Ready for Snack. Chorizo Panini + Latte. In Muzeum Cafe. Many Nationality,s in Attendance. Really Like the Architecture Exhibition. Plastic Modals. Drawers Reviewing Architect Drawings. Good Info on Design & Build of Nusle Bridge. Muzeum is Very Good. Interactive, Modern. Plus Friendly & Helpful Staff. Carry On to Metalwork & Mining Shows. Modal of Vitkovice, Ostrava Plant. Now a Unesco Museum Site. Still No End to Viewing. Leave Best to Last. Huge Hall. With Planes Hung From Ceiling. Displays of Bicycles. Trains. Cars, Like Karl Horman Frank. Protectorate of Bohemia & Moravia,s Car. For Mentioned Planes. The Spitfire Used by the CZ Squadrons in World War Two. Crowning Glory For Me. Excellent Display of Motorcycles. Jawa to the Fore. Helmet, Trophy & Original Machine. Which Milan Spinka. Took on the Russians in their Dominated Sport Ice Speedway. To Become 1974 World Champion. A Great Spectacle. If You See Ice Racing Live !. Bought Jawa T Shirt From Gift Shop. Very Good Museum. Could Spend All the Day Here, No Problem. A Must See !.

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