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... Gideon Klein.
The "big ghetto," which is the city itself, and the little ghetto is a short walk from the town. Both are fortresses that were built during the Prussian War. The view of Terezin from above is quite impressive, as you see the outline of the fortress.
Our guide, Jana, Bauerova, was with ...
... was great, civilisation; or so we thought
There was beautiful derelict buildings, pristine gardens, no litter, no noise and NO HUMANS! The camp site looked empty until a woman and her daughter approached the reception window. She was happy to see us and we got settled.
The most active thing in the village were two single railway crossing lights. Continuously flashing at a steady pace. After playing Call of duty 'nuke town' map with Paul-ryan the week ...
... Wouk's novel, "Winds of War."
Norma had been reading Winds of War before we left home. As is our custom, she reads to me as we drive along to pass the time, as during our six weeks in Mexico and six weeks to Alaska. She quickly latched onto the Terezin episodes in Wouk's story and Terezin became one of our must-sees while traveling across northern Europe. It makes a perfect end point -- small, individual and personal -- to the grand historic boulevard ...
... the ovens to look for gold teeth or clean up. They usually tried to use children around the age of ten, too young to understand what was happening, and big enough to do the work. That broke my heart.
That was the end of our visit, and certainly a lot to take in. Fortunately we had a easy evening ahead of us. We came back to the hotel and had time to just rest and reflect on the day.
On our way back from Wenceslas Square where the tour dropped us off- we saw ...
... the last time I saw a TV. We are living the good life in one sense though, being able to go out into the garden and pick leeks, onions, garlic, tomatoes, basil, peppers etc is so much easier than tesco's and self service machines. We tried to make soup earlier and the food processor wouldn't work, so then we tried the blender and it had no bottom so I walked around for an hour carrying half a blender looking for parts for it, never found the part and used a juicer ...