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... off on was the International Red Cross who would carry the message to the wider world.
The Red Cross for much of the war kept their head buried firmly in the sand as in see, hear and speak no evil. They were not alone. The Pope, Roosevelt, Churchill and numerous others also got strong whiffs of death from German and Polish territories but reacted little or not at all. Finally, however, the death clamor became so loud that the Red Cross had to respond.
... around surrounding the castle and the Elbe, tabletop mountains and red roof houses were beautiful.
We ran down the hill at 4:12pm and just made it to the banhof by 5 minutes. By the time we reached Bad Schanau, it was a bit late. We went to the National Park museum for toilet because mom had diarrhea again. After a lot of miscommunication (he couldn't understand my English), the guy let mom ...
... 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 ...
... eyes see?"
I smile. I say "I see the poplar!"
We run and touch the tree.
I say "You know, we could just go straight and do the big loop..."
Ted says "Curtis..."
I sigh. I say "fine, extra long loop it is."
We turn around after touching the poplar and the sandstone table.
I say "you know, going back this way, we could take the short way..."
"CURTIS!" Ted yells. "No. We can do this. We have to do this."
"You're right, Ted." I ...