Tito’s Bunker, et cetera

This past weekend I went to Tito’s bunker along with some of the other people in the group. It was interesting to see how massive the place was and how intensely they prepared for a nuclear attack. In addition to seeing the history of the bunker, much of it has also been used for contemporary art exhibitions (which is not particularly one of my interests), and in the next few years the entire bunker will be a museum of contemporary art.

After leaving the bunker, we went to a local fish restaurant where there was a cave in the back and the fish were swimming in front of us. In addition to the (very) fresh fish, they served some of the best lamb that I have ever had; it was awesome – it literally inspired awe in me. There was also so much food that we could not eat it all, so I was fortunate enough to be able to take the remaining lamb home and eat it there.

Overall, despite being super hot outside and the bunker not being exactly what I thought it would be, it was a pretty good day.

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