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... They also used the restroom in this small room causing bugs, rats, pests, etc.; there was no toilet, water, tissue, etc., only people. The people would die in a standing position, and germs would spread. The Nazis solved the sickness and disease of Jews problem by sending the sick or diseased Jews to Auschwitz in order to be put to death.
There is a mass grave cemetery of 9,000 people at Terezin. The gravestones are cut at an angle ...
... frame by torturous frame the events of 1938.
Amazing to have it confirmed that there are people like this in substantial power who actually learn nothing from history. Easily the most dangerous man in Europe, ranking very highly amongst the most stupid, Vlad the Impaler is right on the fringe of turning the Ukraine into a raging fire,
Not that it would have anything to do with oil of course.
So, VE Day, another excuse for the Czech's ...
... the Golden Lane (named because there wasn't a proper sewage system so buckets were thrown down the lane), a small alchemists workshop and the main church. In one of the gardens there is a round step. Due to its location and sound waves, when you talk whilst standing on it your voice echoes. We hear Prague has a history of defenestrations to settle arguments. We see the changing of the guards outside the castle and hear if a ...
... for well, maybe not hours but a long time. We stepped inside and was lucky enough to have a little bit of sun break through the stained glass windows to light up the inside. Another great piece of architecture in Europe. We slowly made our way down the cliff on yep another cobblestone path. The bloke that makes these cobble stones in Eastern Europe must of been a rich lad, because they're everywhere. The views on the way down where ...
... is the culprit behind my Don Corleone-esk voice.
Raiding her hospitals supplies she nursed me back to health at no cost and I continued onto Prague, appreciating my renewed ability to smoke 2 packs a day.
Upon arriving in Prague it quickly became apparent just how much easier it is to dream than to act. My image of walking into the city, property owners throwing keys at me and desperately wanting to practice their English while guaranteeing that their contacts ...