Kurhaus Sanatorium Judita

Address: Teplice, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Terezin, the final chapter

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 20, 2014

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... the several streets that were to be part of the grand charade. (The point is made repeatedly in the literature that the Red Cross officials never deviated from the path chosen to be walked through town by the Nazis. They willingly went through the whole exercise with blinders on, according to Wouk and other accounts.)

All the bit players in a film to be made of the visit were given new clothes, “L 1” street was changed to ...

Beautiful rocks

A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 09, 2014

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... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 09, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... then dinner. Sometimes the camp commander would order special meals to be prepared. Prisoners families were allowed to send in packages, and he would order that everything in these packages be dumped into the pots and that is what was served for dinner. This included things like toothpaste, medicines, books, and so on. It was mind blowing to be there and hear the stories and see the signs of the cruelty perpetrated against human beings by other human beings.

I will say one of ...

Haunting Terezin

A travel blog entry by leahclay on Jul 24, 2013

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... cafe. The Jews never got to use them, except for when the Red Cross came through; driving their car through the ghetto for less than an hour. When you drive through today it doesn't look half bad, but then you remember that they were forced to live there and were guarded and not allowed to leave. They weren't allowed to even walk on certain sidewalks, enter parks, etc. Oh, and the town was meant for about 7,000 people. The Nazis crammed in 60,000. ...


A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Jun 21, 2013

... I still think it's a tough concept - for myself and others - that everyday doesn't have to be filled with traveling to a new spot and seeing something. Sometimes it's nice to just sit and read some fairytales, or watch a man killi people and eat their flesh (pretty much the same thing, actually). But... I also think "well, what would you be doing at home?" to try and show myself that this is probably what I would ...

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