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Auschwitz. The ride from Krakow was great.
We’d had some pretty grim forecasts as far as getting into the place, when looking on the net last night. Got there and there was huge crowds waiting to get in, but had no trouble at all getting tickets, and had to hurry to change and join the tour.
We’ve been to Dachau with Tony and Gail and our boys (a long time ago). Sadly, it was a much better ...
... at night too! On the hour we watched the Astronomical Clock; the oldest part of the clock dates back to 1410, and it is the oldest astronomical clock still working!
We visited Prague Castle and did a few tours, the highlight of which was the Golden Lane. The Lane is a row of miniature houses set-up as they would have been in the 16th century where various alchemists, sewers, etc would have lived to serve the king. That night we went to a five story ...
... Plečnik was responsible for extensive renovations in the time of the First Republic (1918-1938). Since the Velvet Revolution, the Prague Castle has undergone significant and ongoing repairs and reconstructions. At the Prague Castle we viewed the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. The Guard is composed of a brigade unit of 653 persons provided by the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. Technically, they serve the President of the Czech Republic, not only as security force ...
... there. When Germany took over Czechoslovakia, they needed a place to put all the Jews until the extermination camps were ready. They used the former army barracks to house the Jews. Later on when the Red Cross came to check up on them, the Nazis staged the town to fool the Red Cross into believing it was an ordinary town where the Jews were living happily separate from the rest of the Czech population. Of course this was all a show and the ...
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That went so well they then taught all 'ring-in' band members to dance!
Stop laughing - Simon can dance just it's not what you would call coordinated dancing.
After much applause and NO encores we headed back to the hotel and as it as dark we had some Imp no lovely views of Prague by night.
Again the alarm clock was set for 7am.
Day 3 Fri 16th dawned - again bleak, no rain yet but it was forecast.
We had signed up for the Melnik Castle ...