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“Um, oh my God, this is so crazy dark it is in here. I mean, it is so weird that I haven’t acclimated to this at all. How do you do this, how do YOU see in here? You know doing all these tours? How do YOU get around and see anything?”
And as those words slipped out of my stupid mouth, somehow in the blackness Wade and Hagan simultaneously found me. Wade grabbed my left arm above my elbow and ...
... are fun in that
they remind us of the Hogwarts Express. Especially when the train employees
come around with the food trolley- “Anything from the trolley dears?”*
*Ok, they don’t actually say the line, but it would be even
more awesome if they did. Eric and I are tempted to say “we’ll take the lot”,
but unfortunately, unlike Harry, we don’t have a bank vault full of money.
... instantly reminded me of the end of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie (the original one) where Charlie and Willie Wonka are in some rocket ship thingy and they shoot up into the sky overlooking the town. Very charming :)
We were ready to head off for dinner now. Although I must say, my feet were quite tired and sore. Yesterday as I walked the streets, I thought the cobblestones gave the city a nice medieval charm which complimented all the churches ...
... to Prague.
Later that afternoon it was finally time to sample some of the famous Czech beer. We hunted for a while until we found somewhere slightly less touristy (or trippy as mum might say!). Tom ordered a dark beer and I just opted for one I'd never hurt of. Mine was a little sour and citrusy (and came with a silly slice of lemon) but I quite liked it. We both agreed Thomas's was better though!
The next day we decided to go out and do our own walking tour of ...
... also created a vast number of pen and ink drawings depicting the true squalor of the camp. These pictures were intensely sorrowful, and the history behind them made them even more so. I was really taken by these images, and spent most of my time reviewing these works.
The end of the museum focused on the children of Terezin. Many children were brought into the camp and were used to show the Red Cross that the children were attending a Jewish-run ...