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... they saw, and they even showed pictures of the bodies all piled up - they just looked like skeletons with skin over the top. It's hard to believe something so horrible happened only in our Grandparents lifetime. And amazing how cruel and inhumane they treated the prisoners. We didn't have long to check out the camp as we had to leave at 12.30 to leave for Prague. We were a little annoyed at that, because we didn't get to see everything. I guess that's one of the downfalls of being on ...
... to try some traditional sweet bread snack, trdlo, it's a dough put on a round cylinder that is rolled in sugar and placed over heated coals until it goes brown, delicious. Watched some interesting buskers in the square including a guy with a soccer ball, it was like the ball was on a string, amazing. It's nine in the evening here you wanted know it with all the activity going on and it is still very light. Tomorrow more sights to be ...
... across Charles Bridge, quite nice but there was too many people on it for me to take a decent picture! Day 3 - Took a day trip out to Kutna Hora to see Sedlec Ossuary - the Bone Church! It looks like just a plain old church from the outside but once you go in there are 40,000 plague victims skeletons piled up in all the corners with some of them turned into chandeliers and ornaments - pretty creepy! Got ...
... Most people, especially those who didn't make it home until 7am decided to have water and soft drinks. It was a very lovely cruise and we saw Prague from a different perspective. From here we had free time again so we just wondered the streets and did some shopping. At 5, it was below 0 with a big wind so we decided to grab some warm market food for a pre-dinner snackdinner, I had a sausage on bread while Rachel had a shishkabab. ...
... Orchestra and the Estates Theater where Mozart himself performed his masterpieces.
Our next point of call was the Jewish Quarter of the city which is within the old city. Apparently this area is the best preserved historic Jewish site in central Europe. Here we saw the Pinkas synagogue- a memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust and also holds the art of Terezin concentration camp children, Klausen synagogue and the ...