Today was fantastic. My post will be quick because it's time for bed since we're rising early tomorrow. This morning we got up and enjoyed breakfast burritos in Eastern Europe. Hilarious. And delicious. We then set out to a town not too far away where there is a traditional town on display as a museum for tourists. It reminded me a lot of some of the colonial towns that are set up in the traditional way for tourists to get an idea of what life was like. This was really a great museum. It was full of well-maintained, Moravian-style buildings, made completely of wood.
|The grounds of the museum. Where's the snow??|
|A replica of the "town hall" and "general store."|
We got to also try a bit of a Czech specialty, spiced warm wine. It tasted a lot like cough medicine to me, but it’s enjoyed all over the country. We popped into the café and had a snack of Czech beer, pretzels and traditional garlic soup before heading out.
We then drove to get some lunch at a very typical Czech Restaurant, and it was AMAZING. SO good and very cozy. The restaurant also brews their own beer, which we enjoyed together. Well, all but the pregnant Lisa. J
After our day of adventure, we only had a few minutes at home before it was off to church. The service was in Czech, but luckily we had a translator so that we didn’t completely die of confusion and boredom. The people were so nice after the service, coming up and saying hello, asking questions. It’s a nice community of Czechs and other internationals. After church we grabbed ingredients for a yummy tuna salad dinner (we were still feeling our massive lunch) and Lisa and I prepared the food. After a dinner and a yummy dessert involving Bailey’s Mint Chocolate, we played another round of Carcassonne in which I did not win…again. At least this time, I did not come in completely last.
Hope everyone’s weekend is going well. Enjoy the last remnant of freedom before Monday hits. This was going to be short but I guess that didn’t happen. Haha!