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... man (he is 62).
So the Todd gives me some more advice about where to go in central Kracow and which tram I need to get back to the bus stop and wishes me good luck.
I head out into Kracow without much of an idea of what I'll find. Turns out it is a wonderful old city, not damaged in the war, so has preserved it's ancient charm. Ate the most ridiculous bread and toppings thing in the old Jewish quarter of the city, nearly made myself ill actually so I had ...
... the reason for 10 days of degradation. If anyone who was being degraded broke the rules, looked at someone, smiled, etc., they were shot.
There were no gas chambers on Terezin, but there was still death. The Jews died because of sickness, starvation, typhus, typhoid fever, poor hygiene, no water, etc., there were 70 people crammed in a room that was approximately 7'x9'. They stood shoulder to shoulder, back to front. They slept ...
... him. She said she always thought his voice was so annoying, but then went to America, heard the real thing, and thought it was very nice. I didn't even think about how that is so different in this country until she had said that.
She took me to see the Prague castle and showed me around a bit. We didn't do any of the tours of the castle you have to pay or, but you are able to walk around the ground and inside ...
We then continued our self styled walking tour, looking at Wenceslas Square, the Powder Tower, various churches and into the Jewish Quarter. It was getting late and dark by then, so we looked at the outside area of the Jewish Cemetery, but were all too tired to go inside.
... 1 hour early for the concert and my tickets were valid, so all was looking good! We had lunch at the Lobkowicz Palace on the medieval balcony overlooking the city. We ordered Tappas to share and it was so yummy. They even handed out bunny rugs if you were too cold on the balcony!
We entered the concert a bit early and we were able to walk through the palace rooms that were displaying the family art collection of hundreds of years. It was so ...