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We enjoyed our dinner last night. Carolyn desperately wanted waffles with LOTS of chocolate for dessert so we decided to eat light for dinner so we could fit it all in. Neil finally tasted his "warm or mulled wine" which he said he is not that fussed to rush back for! We decided to try the Czech sausage in bread not a bun like the German way. The guy serving us was funny when we asked if they had buns for the sausage ...
... debauchery, murder or witchcraft associated with it. We spent our first night exploring the little town and viewing the many monuments (castles, town squares and cathedrals). We had dinner in a traditional restaurant with a roaring fire and a cave-like appearance. We enjoyed the garlic soup and local beers. I plan on adding garlic soup to my wintertime recipe rotation when we get home.
The following day, (after poor Dom had to sleep on basically ...
... state of confusion. It was all part of the methods used by the Nazis to break their victims.
When they were eventually processed, they would be stripped of all their possessions and their clothing and then made to enter the shower rooms to be cleaned. When we visited the camp, it was around 8 degrees outside with quite a strong wind blowing. We were well bundled up and we were still really cold so I can just imagine that the weather alone ...
... to walk around cause it's easy enough to avoid tourists and it's got so much character.
So I feel like a wee unrelated rant... Souviners are for those tourists who want to brag about how many exotic destinations they have made an appearance at. The kind of people who don't manage to leave the crowded central and sight seeing areas. They need help. If I'm going to buy anything to 'remember' where I've been it sure as hell won't be from a souviner ...
... the border.
Dad had served with the Czechoslovakian Signal Corps during the war, stationed in Great Shelford England. For this, and his outspoken nature, he had to report frequently to the State - the borders were increasingly being secured with barbed wire and obsevation towers and Dad felt there was no option for him but to leave. In February 1949 Dad left Kolisce Street travelling to Vyssi Brod. The rest of the family stayed behind.
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