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Kousek od domečku, kde bydlí Lucka s manželem, Bedřichem a Vilémem, teče Ostravice a pár metrů po proudu jsou i malé peřeje a skokanská deska. Patricie to ještě nijak neocenila, příští léto to bude určitě ...
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He paused, and said “well, I can’t say I liked it, because that would be terrible. I think it is good that we came here though. It was good to remember those people and it is so sad and I will never forget it.”
If you get a chance to visit the Museum of Auschwitz, do it. Quinn’s right, it is good to remember the people, it is so sad and you will never forget it.
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... in Czech Republic with 400,000 citizens. There were many colourful beehive houses here. They for the most part have been renovated and are painted bright colours. We arrived at Stramberk, in the Wallachia area of Moravia. It is a picturesque hill town famous for elephant ears which is a dessert made with gingerbread batter baked in a thin circle and molded while warm into a funnel like shape. They are filled with whipped cream and topped ...
... a small creek. It was pretty enough, and there were a couple of narrow winding roads up to the church. I was mostly impressed with how hilly it was, I had not gotten the sense that there was much of any topography from the pictures on Google maps, but the town has a fair amount of vertical. It also has a large church on top of the hill, unfortunately it was built in 1889 and most of the graves were from the 1900's so no luck finding any Czerkauer's ...
... there is a roast pig on a spit and lots of places to buy soups, bread slices and beer - vegetarians bring sandwiches!
At about twelve O'Clock and at 2pm the battles commence. It starts at the top of the castle and there is an explanation and some comedy to start with. It's all in Czech with no option for translation but its entertaining regardless. Then the crowd follows the soldiers to the beginnings of the fight which gradually makes its way through the castle ...