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... gather in one place a pantheon of Jewish notables, men and women whose names he could bring forward as a shining example of his beneficence if challenged to prove that his reputed death squads and death camps were all nonsense. Terezin was going to prove to a skeptical world that he was a caring and benevolent father seeing to every need and desire of the Jewish people represented by its literati and intelligentsia.
And the target he planned to pawn ...
... to Koenigstein. We found the Fusten Express to go up there for 3 euros per person. We didn't buy the return ticket...
We took an open top bus first then a little red train. The entrance fee for the fortress was 8 euros per person. It used a big lift that can fit 60 people or a car. The towers and fortress weren't too impressive. I grew tired listening to the audio guide :P The view was amazing. ...
... 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 ...
Tiplitce Rocks, 13th.
Wow, and I mean fraking wow. The Teplitce Rocks and the National Park they reside in is one of my top five most amazing places to have ever seen and hiked.
We did a walk today called the Rock Labyrinth Loop and it took us up through forests of gold & blood red deciduous trees and paths carpeted with their fallen leaves, dispersed with the lush green of pines. We reached rock formations and caves the likes of which I don't think ...
... do the extra long loop"
I'm about to protest, but Ted knows me well, so before I can
Ted says "I know, I know. It's hot, your hip flexer's out of whack and we're both hurty, but..."
Ted pauses, waiting for me to finish. I sigh.
I say "But 'no' is not an option. We don't give up."
Ted says "and...?"
I say "and hard work pays off; you've got to risk it for the biscuit."
keep running and I get into my groove more. Things ...