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... waterproofs on, we defiantly matched on to find the meeting point for the free walking tour. We somehow managed to get the time wrong, and we were there half an hour early. The guide told us about a shopping centre we could wander round while we waited. He also said there was a place to buy an umbrella there, but we weren't interested. We were British, and if there is one thing were used, it's getting soaked the moment you stepped outside. Our tour began, and we had ...
... places. The Pinkasova (Pinkas) Synagogue is more of a tribute to the over 70,000 lost in the Holocaust. On all of the walls they have the names of each of these people written accompanied by the place they lived. (We were not allowed to take pictures but thanks google). Upstairs they had a temporary exhibit of artwork created by children who were sent to the concentration camp (in Terezin). Since the Nazis excelled with propaganda this one was allowed to have inklings of culture ...
... for these pictures. Back home via Charles Square and now listening to the swelling football crowds singing and chanting in the square mainly around the Irish and British pubs. Munich and Chelsea football teams are in town for a match. Accordingly there is a much bigger police presence including full-on riot police under our window. We did get home safely after a very special dinner - a Bohemian degustation with matching wine - very ...
... people, no matter where we are. I like to watch them interact with each other, learn about what their customs are, their work, and how they live. By simply sitting and observing, I tend to learn MUCH more than I could about the people than I could ever learn by reading........even though I only understand a few words of their languages.
A word of advice when you travel.....keep your eyes open. Pay attention. Never be so busy that ...