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... really prisoners. They were mistreated, forced to work hard labor, and living conditions were inhumane. Still, it was not an extermination camp. However, most Jews who went through Terezin were transported to extermination camps from there, and very few who ever lived in Terezin survived to see the end of the war.
Our tour was actually of the prison for political prisoners- not the army barracks where the Jews were held. This prison had ...
Day 21 Although I am disappointed that I missed out on last nights pub crawl, it meant that I was able to wake up early and go on the free walking tour of Prague. We were picked up by our tour guide and went for a 3 hour stroll around the city learning all of the history and saw all of the important landmarks. It was good to be with a guide because the tram drivers purposely try to hit pedestrians because they are not considered responsible, and they get 3 days ...
... for these pictures. Back home via Charles Square and now listening to the swelling football crowds singing and chanting in the square mainly around the Irish and British pubs. Munich and Chelsea football teams are in town for a match. Accordingly there is a much bigger police presence including full-on riot police under our window. We did get home safely after a very special dinner - a Bohemian degustation with matching wine - very ...
... particularly close to the rest of Prague airport (or at least it didn't feel it in the dead of night) and when we got there, there were no hostels or even people around. There was a man on his own in the terminal so we asked him but he too didn't have much of an idea about this hostel and gave us shaky directions to 'turn left and its one, two, three buildings over' -- except there definitely weren't three buildings near ...
Apparently it would take him up to 10 years to save enough top travel.
We tried to explain to him how lucky he was to live in such a beautiful
city. But all he said was "That is because you are tourist. If you live
here one month you will see not so good". Once again we were reminded
that everything we see and experience is from a position of privilege,
which can be far different from the reality of being a local.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility