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... again The dramatics of opera Seemed to know no refrain And when they were dead, For actually! Real! They bowed and kept bowing Like a stuck old film reel We clapped and kept clapping They kept bowing some more We were really just grateful They didn't sing in scene four I wouldn't say boring But you do get my gist? Another box ticked Off my life's bucket list ~ Warm roasted chestnuts Glittering lights A piano man busker Our three Dresden ...
... with another lamp on top of a very nice looking upright piano which he was playing to himself, turning the pages and playing with what looked like professional confidence. I watched him for a couple of moments before heading back inside due to the cold. I love people watching, it can be incredibly fascinating getting a tiny look at the lives of other people especially in other countries. Another big day tomorrow I think. Until then! ...
... thoughts about leaving, however we are glad we went along with Nathan’s
dad wishes. We are all feeling sadness
at the loss of a great, generous and loving man and our thoughts and prayers
are with Nathan’s mother and his sisters and brothers. Nathan will return home for the funeral and
then rejoin Traci and the kids back in Bielefeld.
Dresden is another
beautiful city with ...
... where we stopped.
First we did a quick drive around, then walked into the main square. The group split up and went looking for lunch. I went with a small group and we found an Italian place. Food was good, we then went for a walk afterwards, just around the old town part, saw some cool statues and some good views. We then arrived back at the meeting point, then walked a long walk back to ...
... people died, but not from being sent to the gas chamber or anything like that. In Terezin, people died because of being worked to death or for lack of food/sanitary conditions/medical care. Most the the rooms we toured were prison rooms. There were, isolation cells meant for one person, and they used to cram in 12. In the larger prison rooms (that look like creepy summer camp dorm rooms) they would cram in hundreds more than capacity. ...