Schloss an der Eisenstrasse
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... death and despair. How many people died on the spot I am standing on right now? This window I'm looking through, the last before the gas chamber doors, how many people had that as their last view of the sky? The tiled walkways and concrete corridors linking cells to chambers to crematorium, how many Nazis strolled up and down along these knowing full well what they were inflicting upon their fellow human beings? Entering the crematoria was the ...
... tour was thought some beautiful countryside, we saw our ship go by, had a box lunch, it was okay, the ride was beautiful , but bikes not,, we meet ship in town of Durmstien, Austria ,a medieval town. I just got back in time to do the winery town in town,,Treena stay on boat, I did tour,, nice family and tour, Rieseling wines family own , nice drive and place about 15 minutes from ship, came back to ship, meet TC , relax me shower and getting ready for ...
Today we went to Mauthausen Concentration camp, a very very very sobering experience.
I was quite..interested to see and delve into the area as I've always been interested in history as you can gather from my previous entries. We watched a video that went on for about an hour, the images were quite brutal but I had been exposed to those things when I studied it in year 11 and 12. It was hard for me to see others in the group who came to ...
Arrival in Amstetten:
4:20 and Edith and Hans picked us up. Good friends never hesitate to be, where you need them at the right time.
To avoid the jetleg, we intended to stay awake. Patricia had cooked a nice welcome meal, and we all were excited to see each other and happy and hyped up, ...
... monks, and the monastery has been destroyed and rebuilt many times. Today's Baroque abbey was built in 1702 to 1736. The monastic library became renowned for its extensive manuscript collection as well as the production of manuscripts