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... the 1400 (or somewhere around then) and it was amazing it had two different times roman and one other, a dial that would tell you what position the moon was in (like when it was a full moon/ quarter moon etc) and then it also had a zodiac hand so it told you what zodiac month we were in and yup you guessed it we are in LEO!!! We also visited the palace / castle area and that was lovely it was up on the top of the hill and gazed down on the city below, ...
... peoples. Back in the castle quarter, we visited a city park where a temporary display told about the evacuation of 700 Jewish children out of Prague to England in 1939. This evacuation was promoted by Sir Nicholas Winton and this display chronicles the lives of many of the children. Finally we walked across the Charles Bridge, Charles Street, Old Town Square. We took food & drink into a park area before heading ...
... side as the room was ready. We put our things in, sorted our itinerary for the day and headed out. We headed to the Old Town Square to see the Astronomical Clock. On the way we happened to pass other items we had listed for today's excursion. We did a bit of shopping, had our morning coffee and were ready waiting on the hour for the display from the clock. While wandering around the Square we noticed a chap advertising the 'hop on, hop ...
... all rugged up and then I imagined what they would of had to go through... From the top of my head I think the camp went from 1938 to 1945 (correct me if I'm wrong), before liberation when the American Allies arrived. When they eventually did, they took a brief video of what was happening and we got to see it. At least 3000 people died per day, their bodies being thrown on a cart one on top of the other. It literally was so heartbreaking.. Now Prague!!! ...
... even see the whole festival! I walked around downtown Munich as well, because although I was there, I feel like I didn't really see Germany. I then hopped on the train and made my way to Prague. It was a little scary at first because I got in at night, the language was different, and even the currency wasn't the same! I couldn't figure out the metro system, so I paid a homeless man to explain it ...