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... is at a German Concentration camp 'Mauthausen'. The German concentration camps aren't very nice, it's a misleading monicker. As we get closer Eduardo plays a video about the concentration camp, the end is all sorts of brutal. There's an interview with an American soldier who was on the scene to liberate the camp all those years ago, he breaks down, queue the footage taken from the clean up and it's easy to see why. Bodies scatter the floor, they don't look human, these ...
... I loved. The original price quoted was 5,300 kroner, down to 1,800 kroner. I said I thought it still too much for me and went to walk out of the shop and she dropped it to 1,600 kroner. When we went outside and did the conversion, it was $82! Needless to say, I now have a new pair or earrings!
By this time, it was lunchtime and we needed to head back to the station, so I made them have a decent lunch as I knew we wouldn't get ...
... Tony and his wife Baby. It was lovely to see them after one year in this great city. My pictures will show you what I mean. Tonight a concert at the Klementinum playing music from Mozart where he played so many years ago. Tomorrow we tour the ...
Every where we seemed to go in Prague involved walking up stairs.
Go to the metro station, up 100 stairs. Go to Petrin Tower it seemed like 1000 stairs to climb. That was just to get there, to get to the top another 299 steps required climbing.
Petrin Tower is supposed to be a scale model but if you believe Wikipedia it's nothing like it.
Anyway Allison had a spare session so I met her at the Metro and we caught the train down and then walked around ...
... They had rung ahead for the tour, and were let in by the attendant. Cath asked him if we could go on the tour and he ushered us in. The four of us were the only ones on the tour. So much for pre-booking, but it was the Sunday before Christmas and only weirdos like us would be spending it looking through a 1930s house in suburban Prague. The two young men were from Mexico and one was an architect. Our guide was a ...