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... at least I know which bus to take, then I just have to watch out for the right angle turn before a bus stop right?
So I get on the bus and determine that this exact moment, when I really need to focus on navigation, is the optimal time to doze off.
I jerk awake and set about convincing myself all is well as I can't possibly have been out that long. Right?
I'll pause here and say the total commute to War-Beard's home/camping ...
... the lives that were cut short. The crematorium is here, and ashes from the dead were put on the ground or dumped in the river. There is also a gravesite for the Russian doctors and nurses who came after the liberation. They caught the diseases that they were fighting against while assisting the Jewish people.
Terezin was the last Camp that was liberated from WWII. The Nazi soldiers took 50 Jews and lined them up. The Nazis ...
... wrong. The girls are so great and well behaved, tat they made it easy to hang out with them all day. We had a lot of fun. The parents came home finally, and the next day the mother took the two oldest girls and myself to go see the opera. I was so excited for this surprisingly. I am not much of an opera music- type girl, but this is something that I think everyone needs to see before they die. The Opera house was the ...
... so he ordered a steak. It wasn't cooked as he requested and after sending it back it still wasn't right, so that was a disappointment for him.
We finished up the day with drinks at the Hemingway Bar opposite our hotel. Very dark and gloomy but great drinks. Unfortunately couldn't get a seat near the bar itself, so we weren't able to watch the cocktails being made. I tried the Blackberry and Pistachio Cosmopolitan ...
... hairdresser. One of my most treasured memories will be the people from all walks of life we met along the way. The staff & tour guides but most of all fellow travellers..... some of which I could have done without but who, never the less, were part of the experience.
Well enough of the "now it's over" nostalgia.... lets get on with the travel info part of the blog.
Leaving Vilshofen was a bit of a gong show. Everyone was given their ...