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... VERY expensive? Like a $530 napkin holder expensive? Or an $858 ashtray ? Needless to say, I did not buy anything there, though the 1911 pattern crystal did catch my eye!
In the shop across the way (same company- I know, weird) were more pieces that were amazing but geared towards a higher income bracket than me! I took a picture of my favorite piece- a beautiful one of a kind platter for only $10,000 US . Maybe next trip. There was a small group attempting to raise ...
... We then purchased a Hop-on-Hop-off bus ticket and took a tour of the city and surroundings. An interesting trip with commentary and I discovered that much if the city was destroyed I the Allies bombing of Dresden in February 1945. Following WW2 with the divide up if Germany into East and West much of Dresden was left damaged under the GDR and the rebuilding did not start until the fall if the Berlin Wall in 1989. During the 19th century Dresden was a ...
Today was our last day in Prague and we have all gone our separate ways now. The Wilson are staying in in Czech, the Carnie's back to the UK for a week and we head back to London then on to Christchurch on Tuesday. We had a great night out last night though at a lovely restaurant which Lidka found for us and which was quite traditional. After a day of sightseeing and doing our own things to a degree we had all met up back at the apartment. Leicester was feeling a bit tired and ...
... oppression. We were all moved by their recollections of how eager people living under Communism were to do what we all at Skidmore are lucky enough to do every day -- LEARN and study and debate and ask and try to answer the big questions about life. Their experience and enthusiasm reminded us not to take for granted the amazing opportunities we have as students, teachers, and live human beings living in conditions of freedom !
Today we left Austria, and headed for Prague, but first stopped off at Mauthausen concentration camp. It's a terrible thing to see the way that humanity treated each other in the Second World War, but acts as a reminder of how far we've come. The horrors will continue to haunt the camp forever. Mauthausen was a work camp. Many of the buildings are still intact, as well as the walls and barbed wire. The atmosphere was thick with sadness the entire time. There was no guided tour. It ...