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... Later the Austrians built the fort and used it as a strategic lookout. On the day the haze prevented it being the panoramic view point that it undoubtedly is, but none the less, a nice place to visit.
The Mine was amazing, just like the reviews said it would be. After the caves that we have visited this seemed almost artificial, but then you realise that its been built by man over many centuries.
And they have learned a lot in that ...
... so they can drive throughout the city and go on the backroads that the large tour buses can't). I cried of happiness at the first stop. We saw the nunnery that they used the front of for when Maria leaves to go to the Von Trapp house and when the children come to get her back. There was the cemetery that inspired the Hollywood set where they hide at the end from the Nazi's. We saw the house that they used the back of for the Von Trapps, and the lake where they ...
So, we enjoy from the outside
Except for St Vitus
Inside we go to enjoy the immensity and intensity
Of vaulting, marble and stained glass
People watching, scenery, architecture
Taking photos, talking to each other, just enjoying the sunshine
And the obligatory pix rubbing the bright gold appendage
Of the naked, slender dark gray statue in the square
Alex needs a belt so next is the department store
Remodeled from the Communist era
... and pose for photos with guns. I look terrible in those photos so they may get deleted.
He talked bout the gulags, and like Dachau, he had a map of the USSR showing where all the gulags were. And yes there were a bloody lot of them too. 180 Gulags, holding over 1.2 million prisoners at any one time. They were all centred around industrial centres, oil, wood, coal. The Russians cashed in on that slave labour thing too. Here's a fun fact, the KGB was an ...
... see the quaint little place and the kids signed their names on the couch. We continued our trek down the hill to the Charles Bridge. It is the famous bridge in Prague. It is covered with statues and many, many vendors selling their goods. It is so packed with tourists that it is hard to get across to the other side. We had to almost push our way through everyone. We tried to snap a few pictures, because it has some of the best views of the castle at the top of the hill. After ...