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... an hour's drive north of the outskirts of Budapest.
Slovakia was like a European postcard: tidy little towns every few kilometres, with impressive churches, rivers running through the centre, nestled in hills covered with thick forest, and those hills giving way to small mountains and ski resorts. It probably took about four hours to drive across the entire country. We were surprised at how gorgeous it was, and would have planned a stop ...
... guide book that I purchased. A counter to all of the gothic and rococco excesses are lovely painted floral scenes on the walls in an Art Nouveau-type style. Another fascinating piece was the so-called slacker crucifix, a realistic depiction of a dying man carved from a golden stone backed by a gorgeous bas-relief silver panel that represents the city of Jerusalem.
A quirky bronze statue located just outside the gawker’s entrance to ...
... train tracks from the entrance of the camp to the end of the camp, to each side stand remaining prisoner huts, we all took a minutes silence as we traced the path which people took if they were sent to the gas chambers. At the end of the tracks now stands a memorial to all who died here, and to the sides stand the ruins of crematoriums destroyed by the Nazis in attempt to cover up their acts. It was a moving visit to this place but glad we came at ...
... the prisoners of the camp perched high on a hill. After spending some time here we kept on our journey and eventually made our way to Schindlers Factory. Unfortunately we had missed the last entry by 20 minutes. So we headed back to the Jewish Quarter again and stopped for a couple of pints in a gorgeous pub we had found that morning before returning our bikes.
Tonight was our hostels 3rd birthday so it was full steam ahead with so much food and vodka fountains and beer and ...
... They were particularly interested in twins, usually children, and dwarfs and carried out all kinds of experiments to satisfy their curiosity about heredity. Some of these children were killed just so their organs could be compared. The doctors were also trying to discover ways to make women infertile. They believed this was part of the answer in eliminating the Jews and Gypsies in Europe. Many women perished during these experiments or ...
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