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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... but it was not only terrible, but massively influential. Hartheim and the other T4 facilities set the template for much of what happened further east as the Second World War progressed. The men who planned, organised and executed the process moved on to bigger things, and we will meet again the likes of Stangl and Wirth ( both who were at Hartheim ).
After witnessing the scene of the crime, the exhibition explores the ideology that lead to the gas chamber at Hartheim. The ...
... the outskirts of the castle, some of us heading up for very good views 150 CC. Apparently inclement weather is coming so it was something that had to be done today.
Wandered the castle grounds thereafter with Don. He has a good photographic eye. We eventually ran into others, returning to the hotel briefly for the loo and then going to a riverside bar for an Eggenberg beer, one that I d/n particularly like due to its high yeast ...
... getting stuck behind tractors in a no passing zone. One of the strangest things we've seen is the road warning signs for dager ahead; a giant yellow sign that has two grim reapers on it. These signs that in Czech (I'm just guessing here) read, "If you drive like an ******* your death is imminent." or something like that. These signs are up with good reason. The Czech drivers themselves are not bad but the roads are narrow and are highly trafficked. The Czech ...
... plant in the U.S. would be amazed at the lax safety standards for both the tourists and the workers. Our guide explained that the workers are given the choice as to what to wear (e.g. safety glasses, steel toed shoes, and protective gloves) but they choose not to use anything because it is too restrictive and hot. The good thing about the lack of OSHA rules is that we could get up (really) close and see the details of how the glass is made, ...