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... trip. We didn't see a lot of emphasis on Easter except for some restaurant specials. We decided to walk to the Jewish section of old town this morning to see the cemetary, but we're disappointed to find everything was closed and locked. It was all closed till Monday for the Jewish holiday Passover. We were able to stand on a step on the wall and peek into the cemetary and take a picture. We we arrived in the Old Town square in time to see the astronomical clock ...
I went back to the castle as tickets were good for two days. I was able to see the Golden Lane, which was an area of tiny homes that used to house artisans and used to be a rather lively place to live. In the 1900's these houses became quite popular, with city folk buying them, dressing them up, and charging a fee to tourists to see them. One of the residents was a Madame fortune teller. Because ...
... he got me to park in the driveway ('is this his house?! Where is the campground?') to a plug in the wall of his house, said 'electric', re-tied his robe and headed back to bed.
Dawn brought with it a heavy mist and the realisation that I had no idea how to get to Kracow or indeed how to make my needs known to the war-beard wearing, communist issue Polack that was running the show.
Enter the Todd.
So I'm mincing around the yard trying to work out ...
... Dear Lord, how could this happen?!"
Aliza Zommer, a survivor piano player in the theater at Terezin, was murdered!
Vedem children wrote their own books
There were artist, writers, music writers, etc. murdered at Terezin.
Some artists lost their lives for doing what they were told...drawing pictures for the Nazis.
... over five feet tall nor more than 150 Lbs, but it felt like she weighed 500 lbs when she leaned her elbows and lower arms into my back and shoulders. While I was being massaged, herself climbed the tower of the Astronomical Clock church. I'm sure it has a more official and religious name, but the clock is the most memorable feature. Anyway, it gave an excellent view of the old town square and beyond, however! - while she was waiting in ...