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... flags and German beer (getting quite used to all this beer!).
This afternoon we went ashore for our coach trip to Bastei, a rock formation 600ft above the Elbe with fantastic views down to the river. Well the postcard showed the fantastic view as we couldn't even see the river! At least the bright red brollies were colourful.
Had a quick look around Bad Schandau ...
... for a walking tour of Litomerice. She took us to St Stephen's Cathedral and the market square, followed by beer tasting at a micro brewery. Expected little glasses of beer but they were half pint ones. Also had more food, salami and cheeses. Glad we declined the wine at lunchtime! We stayed on in the town afterwards to explore on our own, before returning to the ship. At 6.30 we met in the lounge for a short talk by the hotel manager and chef about local foods, then the ...
... to hotel on the coach or walking. Well we didn't really have a choice. Left hotel at 3.45 for hour's drive to our ship at Litomerice.
Shown to our cabin, much bigger than it looked on the Internet and our luggage was brought in. Unpacked cases, chucked everything on the beds, put cases under the beds and went off to the lounge for welcome reception with champagne and canapés. Were ...
... barriers and sore knees and everything else so I stopped and threw my bike on the ground and refused to keep going. You told me there were no more hills! I said to Paul and he got pooey then we both had a mini cry then cheered each other up then kept going for actually a very productive evening, I was suprised!
We finally got out of Decin at around 3pm, we were there for over 2 hours, mostly trying to find a way out. It was so frustrating!! And not ...
Most of today was spent at Terezín, which is best described as a niche concentration camp. It wasn't quite a death camp like Auschwitz, but rather a place for political prisoners and Jewish elite. It was also used as a Nazi propaganda piece to show the world how 'well-treated' the Jews were. As a former castle, then a town, it was converted ...
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