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... you'd better read on. But I'm warning you that with a simple click, all these horrors will be gone!
Hero's home (more like a cabin)..
Our heroes (Will and Janice Bart) do not live in a place what a real hero does live in! They normally live in. You might be thinking of a big nice castle with servants from all places! Well you're wrong. As I mentioned before, this cabin is alone in the woods, where rumours say that ghosts, goblins and demons ...
... is sick now. Not sure what is true. There were a lot of questions i wanted to ask, but didn't know if it would upset my grandparents or not. Just a crazy experience!!
Back to Poland....it was beautiful!! Mountains and trees....so many colors!! I loved it there!! I also went to Auschwitz which was very confronting and sad!! Check out the pics from there!
Well I would love to visit again!! I will post pics of the time there!! Sorry for the emotional stuff!! ha
... a french card game called African Tarot. When the game ended about 4 hours ago, so did the fun.
Our eventual destination is Krakow. We will arrive, I hope, eventually around 7am and make a 20 minute walking journey to our hotel. We have a day to recover, before a day to explore the city on Saturday, and tour to Auschwitz on Sunday.
Well, for the record we made it. We got into Krakow around 7.30am. ...
... a breath taking view of the city and distant mountains (the Jeseniky Mountains) awaited us.
On the way home we learned a popular children's rhyme: "Sláva nazdar výletu, nezmokli jsme, už jsme tu." It roughly translates to "It was a successful trip; we didn't get wet (or it didn't rain), we had fun, and we're already back!" I will be saying this rhyme about my time here in the Czech Republic all too soon.
... s house, an old post office, a pub, a church, barns and workshops. There are also stalls with crafts. We spent about 2 hours there and then continued to see a place called Pustevny and a statue to Radegast, the pagan god of Slavs in Eastern Moravia. On the way back to Liptal we drove through Slovakia for about 2 miles – we could add another country to our list but we did not really ...