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Fairy Tales Aren't So Bad
As I mentioned in my last post, three people in Prague told us that Český Krumlov is beautiful, so beautiful that it will remind us of a fairy tale. I was so looking forward to seeing this town. Now, for me, that expression brings nothing but pleasant thoughts. I love fairy tales; I'm a fan of Disney. I grew …
Tim had two weeks off over Christmas vacation, and after over 100 days on the road in 2014, was really looking forward to some serious down-time. We enjoyed Vienna's Christmas markets, hosted a small dinner party Christmas Eve and attended a lovely cocktail party Christmas evening. Our children were on different continents, Larissa in Thailand and Anna in Baltimore, but through the miracle of the internet, we were able to talk to both of them. And also to talk to other ...
... Lumes. This is where the fun began. We decided to see where reception was before we got our cases out. Reception was on the first floor so we came across this tiny little lift 900x900. It was so cute so I said "let's see if we can all get in" it was a bit of a squeeze but we managed to all get in laughing about the size of it. Then the lift came to an abrupt holt. We pushed the alarm button after a while and we could hear a female voice asking us how many people were in the lift. ...
... firmly but nicely we were in Czechoslovakia so the Czech way was with bread and their sausages were nicer and cheaper!! We didn't like the Czech way as much as the bread was very heavy so we just had the sausage. Russell had a hunk and I mean a hunk, of warm ham. We then set off for our waffle and chocolate. Carolyn was like an excited little girl, she had remembered this shop from her previous visits. We had ...
... time there, imprisoned as enemies of the state. Like Terezin, the camp entrance had "Work will make you free" over the entrance, but in Czech. The camp housed over 1600 prisoners at any one time. They were forced to work long shifts in the uranium mines, were "reeducated" in the culture house, and lived in spare and uncomfortable barracks with minimal rations. The visit made the Communist era's excesses ...