EA Hotel Sonata
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... and whimsical as Prague and the Czech Republic is, it is weird and at times morbid. We attended the Fantastika's Black Light Theatre one night to see a 'good for children and foreigners' production of Alice in Wonderland. The puppetry was very nicely done as were the special effects. The first half was sweet, with Alice flying over Prague and performing circus tricks with Tweedle dum And Tweedle dee. The second half showed Alice coming of ...
... were no gas chambers or infirmaries. Children under the age of 14 were transferred to the death camp of Auschwitz, because they were of no use to the Nazis. They could not work. They ate food. They wore clothing, and they took up space.
There were numerous Jewish people living in apartments of Terezin.
Nazis of Terezin and the International Red Cross Committee ate together outside the walls of the prison of Terezin, a ...
... end of their cycle and a monumental building cycle is in the process of beginning anew. Will their replacements be any better?
And that's where I am. Sitting in a small, studio-type flat on the third floor of a refurbished panelak with a view to the east of another group of 20-odd buildings, knowing there are about one dozen and a half similar buildings in near proximity behind me. Pluses; fantastic public transport system on the doorstep, a ...
... to silence the provocative broadcasting initiated by the National Committee on May 5. The hall and nearby buildings burned along with the wooden sculptures on the Orloj and the calendar dial face made by Josef Mánes. The machinery was repaired, the wooden Apostles restored by Vojtěch Sucharda, and the Orloj started working again in 1948, but only after significant effort. Formerly, it was believed that the Orloj was constructed in 1490 by clockmaster Jan Růže ...
... helping withe the food shopping/cooking for dinner or just watching silly videos on YouTube. I felt accepted. I'm finding it really hard to write about, as I didn't really do much! But I had the most amazing time. That's why I didn't want to leave. But I had to because I have to go and see my Danish friends in a few days, after passing through Berlin. I think I made a good impression on the hostel too, as now I have a very tough decision to ...