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... down many, many flights of narrow stairs, with quite low ceilings. I was starting to feel a bit dizzy by the time we got to the bottom of these stairs. The tour really begins at this point on the first level (90 KM below the surface) through a series of amazing canals, rooms, chapels, lakes, etc. Of course the mine was all about extracting unbelievably pure forms of salt, but there are at least 7 places of worship as well. Apparently the ...
... t nor do I think I'll ever understand the cruelty, or understand the magnitude of the genocide.
To those who perished in the holocaust, lest we forget.
To the survivors of the holocaust, may you find peace.
“Thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator, but, above all, thou shalt not be a bystander.”
... bells and some really narrow stairs up to the top. It was a fun climb. After that we saw a bunch of dead kings and stuff, then left the castle. We saw some stuff on the way to Market Square, like a 1000 year old church and the old Pope's home. We also saw some Chinese government official with a ton of bodyguards. The castle was huge. It was the biggest that I have ever seen. Once we got to Market Square, we went inside the main church there and saw some neat art and sculptures. ...
... else - it's ok!
After a pause to compose myself I make my way to the restaurant car and are they glad I did - I am the only paying customer - have scrambled eggs, bread and butter what no jam!! - some of you would be happy, not me.....the staff are very nice and as I drink my first coffee (I have a second) I realize I have only euros - so I call the waiter over - no problem says he we take euros or zlotys (polish $$) its 7.90 euros or ...
... you really understand truly what they were going for. The Jews, the Roma, and the handicapped people were to be completely eliminated. The Slavs (Poles, Czechs, Russians, and more) were to be kept as an underclass to work in lower level jobs. The Germans were going to settle all of Europe and be the highest class.
I have also learned that borders in Europe, especially this part, are fuzzy. Pre-WWII Sudetenland in Czech Republic was ...