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... wax figures of people working in the mine and to have to duck my head every few metres. Instead, I got immense carved chambers built into the salt rock underground which cannot be described as anything other than works of art. Consider my mind suitably blown. What never ceases to amaze me as I go about this trip is the sheer scale of building and construction that human beings are capable of. From giant cathedrals to bridges ...
... or ID. Eventually I ran into a familiar face. We later had a discussion with the guide as to what would happen should someone get lost. He said that in the in the interest of the whole group they would leave you behind..Hopefully Grant would have hung around for me! The bus was very cramped and quite uncomfortable compared with the trains we had been on. The farms all look quite small. Many are market gardens and there appears to be a number of people out in ...
... corner there was a church with two towers that were built by 2 brothers. They are different heights and although I can't remember the story perfectly, I do know it includes one brother deceiving the other regarding the height of the tower and ends gruesomely with either suicide or murder. There is also another story about why the bugle plays every hour, the bugle is more impressive at night when the square is empty than during the day when it is busy and full of ...
... of over seven tonnes of human hair, which was shaved from prisoners & sent to German factories to be woven into cloth. There were rooms full ( literally) of shoes, baggage & personal items like eyeglasses. All these articles were confiscated upon arrival. Walls & walls of photos of prisoners, with birth dates, arrival & death dates. Our guide said on average female prisoners died within 3 months of arrival, males within 6 months. Starvation, disease or execution ...
... and I loved the feeling I got sitting in the square. It was a weekend afternoon and it felt so laidback. There were tourists, but the locals mostly just ignored them which was so different than Prague. I wish I'd been able to stay longer than just a day, but of course, I had to leave. But I will go back. It's entirely possible that, once I have my BA, I'll go back to teach and maybe settle. It's that ...