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- Continental Breakfast
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... need to take with me and figured I could probably survive a week with almost no food (to save money). Yeah, I can definitely do that.
Tomorrow I'm getting my new plane ticket, bus ticket and basically everything. So glad all my friends reaction was "go for it". Not sure what my parents will say but let's be honest, they could've seen this coming! :D
This should be fun!
This morning we had to get organised for our bus transfer to Prague. After breakfast we had some free time before being taking by our new guides off to a restaurant in Bratislava for lunch before getting on board the bus for our approximate 3.5 hour bus ride to Prague. Unfortunately it was not a coach transfer to remember due to lack of space on the coach and once you cross the border from Slovakia intothe Czech Republic you could say the roads have a little to be desired. Also ...
... Czech, which makes it a thousand times cooler for me. Every time I leave the country I search high and low for shirts in different languages, and almost EVERY time I can find nothing but stupid sayings in boring old English. Why in the world would someone in Sweden want a shirt that says California Surfer Dude??? I can't figure it out. We were in the tents for hours, and by the time we couldn't eat any more (because our stomachs had already collectively swelled to the size ...
... would recommend it to everyone. As for my personal experience, well: I came into Prague on the biggest natural high I had ever felt. On my train ride from Berlin I sat in rapturous wonder just admiring the Czech countryside. The track ran along a river with the last perfect green landscape behind it. Honestly for over an hour I just sat watching the world go by, listening to music, with a big goofy grin on my face, just happy that I was alive, and where I ...
... stairs of death where prisons were forced to carry 50kg blocks up the stairs from the quarry to the camp.
We watched a 45 minute documentary which had eye witnesses from the villages and a few survivors recalling the horrors during the holocaust. We then walked around the camp, saw the different barracks, roll-call area, gas chambers, and crematoriums. There was a museum with displays of artefacts from the holocaust including drawing ...