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... After the soup the entertainment began-four local musicians who played Czech folk songs, renaissance songs, Slovak tunes, American blues and folk songs. It was a great addition to a traditional Czech dinner of roast pork and rice. We were charged to guess the ages and occupations of the musicians-our table came the closest and we won the prizr of a CD. It was a joyful evening, and we all walked home with smiles on our faces.
The castle grounds include bear pits with giant brown bears. Bears have lived at the Castle since the original owners. Also an amazing 2,300 ' long, lush garden with a revolving outdoor seating area so guests can view performances on a stage and in various parts of the garden as their seating riser moves around. Inside the castle, mansion rooms and ...
... it was a long climb up and we approached over the moat, in the moat there were three brown bears. Bears have been here for centuries and there were many bear pelts on the floor of the castle. We had an excellent tour of the castle, it seems to have been owned or held for one family for a few centuries and then because of no heir going to another family. It was in private hands until 1947 when it was given to the state. We went into many rooms ...
... looked different and the houses too. We stopped at a very old town in a big bend of the river. There was an amazing bridge held up by three layers of arches. A beautiful painted tower was on top of a big castle with bears in the moat. Even though we have seen lots of amazing things I was still stunned by this beautiful place.
When we arrived at the hotel I was put in a lift and taken up to the ...
... office in Berlin at Tiergartenstrasse 4, hence it came to be known as the T4 Aktion. Chillingly, a bureaucracy was established to identify those who were considered to be "unworthy of life", and these people were removed from their hospitals or Care Homes in grey buses to be dispatched to various centres in Germany, where within hours of their arrival, they were dead. The chosen method was gassing in specially constructed, purpose built facilities.
Hartheim was one of those ...