Re: [sig] The Great Czech Link Hunt
- Oh, good idea, splitting up into categories....I got
some bits and pieces (history of Czech beer, a
costuming link, some history stuff) but I should
probably stick to the history stuff, I'm no costuming
expert. I've gone in to try to find stuff about food
and found Czech restaurants. :-) I threw in Moravia
and got some more stuff. But it'd be a nightmare to
try to come up with everything myself.
Can anyone come up with Czech food and drink and *not*
get a list of restaurants in Prague? :-)
Oh, yeah, sorry about forgetting to take my tag out on
that last post......I'm a scatterbrain due to
Coronation preparation and really can't do much with
this until after the event this weekend. :-)
--- Alastair Millar <alastair@...> wrote:
> M'lady Isabelle wrote...__________________________________________________
> >because I presently don't have any material!
> >Uh, Alistair? Thanks in advance for any help with
> *grin* my reply went out before I saw this one. To
> be honest, it's high
> time I tried to look out some more links too.
> Suggestion... to save duplication of effort, what
> say we divide up
> categories/periods/interests between us and then hit
> Google and similar to
> search out some new info?
> Perhaps some of the other ppl with Czech interests
> Jenny/Enna, Kate/Anezka, Wesley/Vaclav, Jeff/Janos)
> would like to help out
> here? Oh and before I forget - a big "hi!" and
> welcome to Megan/Darja too!
> Want to join in on this as well?
> BTW, if you want/need links to modern museums,
> heritage care institutes
> etc. in the Czech Rep., I've got a ton (I'm a member
> of the Czech
> Association of Museums & Galleries).
> Alastair Millar, BSc(Hons)
> Consultancy and translation for the heritage
> e-mail: alastair@...,
> P.O.Box 685, CZ 111 21 Prague 1, Czech Republic
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