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... fourteen year old in a
normal time. But of course Pavel cannot keep the ugliness out. There is
sickness all around him and there is never enough food. And there is another
hard reality. On 11 May 1944, Pavel wrote: “TRANSPORT! What an awful word.
This work means knapsacks, suitcases, and hunched Jewish figures underneath
them. Why? Just because the Germans want it…Thousands ...
... tattoo hurts and how his 14 years experience says he knows all and he knows they don;t..but apparently me actually having on one my foot meant nothing and I was wrong..that is until my friends foot ended up being sore for the next few days...but apparently his 14 years experience knows all.
Afterwards we went to the church on old town square which has an impossibly hard to find entrance down some alley behind a ...
... Habsburg rulers beheaded 27 Protestants in the square, hanging their heads in baskets over the Charles bridge.
A statue in the middle of the square is of Jan Hus, a 15th century preacher who challenged the Roman Catholic hierarchy who didn't take kindly to his sharing his opinions and expressed their displeasure by burning him at the stake. Today people with a point to make use the statue's pedestal as ...
... Krakow on a night train from Prague. A private minibus is driving us to visit the famous Wieliczka Salt Mines (1hr drive). We will be opening their gates at 9am!! After two hours in the depth of the mines we get transferred to Auschwitz (2hrs drive) where our 3hrs tour of the concentration camps starts at 1pm. Hopefully by 6pm we will be able to check in to ...
... alive in protest of the Soviet invasion.
We spent a lot of the day just wondering and drinking hot chocolate as it was pretty cool! We stopped for lunch and tried goulash in a bread bowl and it was delicious. We went into a museum of torture. the devices we pretty horrific and it seemed most were used on those accused of being witches.
We then left for our hotel for the night, a night train to Krakow!