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... and even some mausoleums. There was a plaque set into the rock wall telling of the history of the making of the path – it was astonishing to think it was started in 1512 and hewn by hand: the chisel marks were all still visible.
Half way round, a fine rain started falling so we sheltered under an overhanging rock, feeling very sorry for the wedding party who would be getting extremely wet given ...
As sunset approached we all tramped through the fields and up the "small hill" behind their house, which gave us a great view of the village and its surroundings – the air was so clear we could see the hills in the Czech Republic only about 20km away.
The bbq was ready when we returned to the house –this was our first introduction to German meals at home, and Mario had smoked a trout for everyone. It ...
... and a homemade blue and purple woolen purse for me. Was so nice of them. We love you guys! Marc, Paul and I left shortly afterwards. We had a nice little stop over in Harachov which is also a ski town near the border of Poland. There marc reminisced about his former times there with his friends. He told us some hilarious stories and showed us the location of some of his adventures. We bought a few souvenirs and had a very nice lunch before heading back to ...
... the night entertaining. Guess you had to be there. After dinner we all walked back to our nice little hotel. It was actually quite nice inside. Even had a sauna! Marc was sharing the room with Paul and me and his bed was a little small haha but it was all ok and the breakfast was very good! We were all a little bit deprived and wanted to be fresh for the morning so after eating most of Charlys birthday cake (yes it was a success) we went to bed. Mission ...
... though. We walked through the Jewish quarter and learned that the reason Prague remained relatively unscathed by WWII is because Hitler planned on taking the area that is now the Czech Republic and making it part of Germany. He planned on sending all of the Czechs to northern Siberia to make room for the Germans to move in. After the tour we went to see the John Lennon wall. It was dark by the time we got there and it was a little bit smaller than I expected but definitely ...