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The treatment of Czech Jews was very similar to that of Polish Jews, a ghetto created on Josov street, many sent to hard labour and ths 'Final Solution' where millions were liquidated in concentration camps. The new section of this cemetery and synagogue displayed millions of names of those who perished along its walls. The Old ...
... which I find myself currently immersed. (The Italians have just started celebrating something. It's unclear what, but it has significantly worsened the acoustic conditions of my current state.)
Prague was intensely reminiscent of Budapest, resembling it not only in its geography but also its dirt cheap beer (hallelujah). Tragically there were none of the ruin bars or thermal baths that enamored me so in Budapest, but Prague compensated with waterfront dance floors, floating ...
... give it to taryn but I had to do it before I went inside so it put me over the edge haha Jamie bought 4 waters so we looked heaps soft. I had to go home - everyone came out with me and ended up coming home with me. We decided to walk and we got kebabs along the way. Tried to find me a taxi but no luck. Ended up walking home again through the main shopping street. Remember saying to Taryn hey go get shoes in h&m and it ended up still being open when we got closer ...
... in a back street next to the old town square. Settle in and then start exploring. Did two loads of washing, great to finally be able to properly clean clothes and get something clean to wear. We walked down to the local supermarket and brought some food to see us through, milk, bread - beautifully fresh rye, very yummy, fruit and veg. I love prague, it is such a beautiful city, every time we turn a corner there is more beautiful ...
... who created the Gollum, a man made from soil who protected the Jews ). After the museum, and free of the boys, we did some window shopping, first in a regular Western mall ( free toilets), and then along the alleyways and tourist shops in Old town, where we bought some colourful glass and crystal bottles. Then we retreated into a coffee shop in the Old Square, where we could snuggle up,to a heater and also see the Astronomical Clock. After the boys returned, ...