As the final day in Prague came round, Jack and I used our 24hr hop on hop off pass to get us round the city again and to the KGB Museum (his choice but this was indeed a treat).
The KGB Museum is of all places, situated in between the US Embassy and the German embassy.
We arrived at the door just after 12 noon and fortunately we were let in to the guided tour that was taking place.
Man, I wish had taken video of this guy because it was very entertaining, to put it mildly!
We are talking about a good Russian boy here. He had all the history down on all the gear.
In my efforts to intently listen to his broken English/Russian accent it took me all I knew to concentrate on what he was saying and at times translating for Jack! Haa haa haa
I didn’t make any notes during this hour and a half ‘show’.
His flamboyant style of history portrayal also included some very animated displays of weapon use along with sound effects and facial expressions!! I’m still laughing about it now. 🙂
He spoke of spy camera’s, watches, bullet pens, poison. Showed us knives, guns and garroting saws. The latter came with demonstrations, noises, movement and eye rolling!
After this we got back on the bus and down to the wharf for a 1hr boat cruise on a different section of the river.
Thanks for having us Prague!