Saturday, June 17, 2006

SUA and Pizza

From time to time I go to the National (or State) Archives. These are housed primarily in a large modern building down in the Chodov area (known to most people as the home of the gigantic new mall that opened in December). On the whole, the archive is a pleasant place to work, apart from the difficulty of figuring out exactly what it has that one might want to request. So far I have requested (and mostly received) Prague police records relating to Toyen and other avant-gardists. These range from the rather dull to the decidedly interesting. I now know where Toyen lived during the early 1920s, and that Nezval owned a Renault and sometimes required first aid when he had imbibed heavily.

Between the archive and the bus stop, one encounters the local branch of Pizza Go Home. I have never eaten there, but I am very fond of its name and logo. This branch does not seem to have the pizza's legs very visibly displayed on either its sign or its car, alas.

And so, the Pizza Go Home outlet at the foot of the towering National Archives complex...


Blogger morskyjezek said...

Research, Pizza, Yay!

June 19, 2006 11:46 PM  
Blogger Karla said...

Well, I haven't eaten the pizza yet.

June 21, 2006 11:36 AM  

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