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... off on was the International Red Cross who would carry the message to the wider world.
The Red Cross for much of the war kept their head buried firmly in the sand as in see, hear and speak no evil. They were not alone. The Pope, Roosevelt, Churchill and numerous others also got strong whiffs of death from German and Polish territories but reacted little or not at all. Finally, however, the death clamor became so loud that the Red Cross had to respond.
... around surrounding the castle and the Elbe, tabletop mountains and red roof houses were beautiful.
We ran down the hill at 4:12pm and just made it to the banhof by 5 minutes. By the time we reached Bad Schanau, it was a bit late. We went to the National Park museum for toilet because mom had diarrhea again. After a lot of miscommunication (he couldn't understand my English), the guy let mom ...
... playing the keyboard- I took a photo just for everyone back home.
Dinner was at an Argentinian steakhouse. The place was pretty cool. Live music, dancers, the menus were on iPads, which took some of my fellow diners a few minutes to figure out! I had filet, although the $225 Kobe steak did look pretty tasty!As most meals here, we lingered over the good food and good company. After dinner we walked over to the Charles Bridge for some air and then headed back to the hotel for the night.
... seen before. Towering columns of granite and sandstone cut through with trees growing out of them, shaped by wind, water and time. Some rocks have fallen and been caught by chasm walls and its easy to see the ground under them, or a stream running around the gap its created... it makes a great photo opportunity. Other rock formations you can walk between and get very close to feeling claustrophobic in, I wish I had taken a headlamp to go into some of the ...
... and go
into their "numb" stage, that is, everything except Ted. Ted is always
talking once we start running. Sometimes he is quiet, but today he is
loud, and I can feel every throb of every word.
Two breaths in, one breath out, two breaths in, one breath out... We must remember to belly breathe, that usually helps.
Lord of the Rings music comes into my head, the part where the Uruk-hai
are running with Merry and Pippin ...