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... an area in this camp where there are rooms and rooms of displays and information and pictures and statistics. How Hitler came to power, why he came to power, the atrocities, the deaths, the nature of life in the camps. But still its hard to believe that it happened at all. Seems so pointless, so cruel. So very sad.
We came out of the camp and, with not much talking, drove on to Salzburg, where we will be spending the next couple of days.
... way to stay warm). The bonus songs when I thought the concert was over was a bit cruel.
Seventh impressions- forget everything but the first impression. Prague is an overwhelmingly beautiful city and we would highly recommend it for a couple of days of aimless wandering. The Heritage Committee types back home (who struggle to save the very few buildings we have of any historical significance) would lose their minds in Prague- it just never seems to end. For ...
We had a nice buffet breakfast at the hotel and then got on a bus for our city tour. The first stop was Prague castle, official residence of the president. We saw the changing of the guards, views over the city and St. Vitus church. We took a detour into a Starbucks where Arlene bought some city mugs. When we left there we had to hustle to rejoin the tour group and not miss our bus. Next stop was the old town square where we saw the famous astronomical clock perform it's hourly ...
... The views from the river were gorgeous. By about 6.30 I was starving and it was time to go seek out some dinner. George had recommended a place just off the main drag, down a few alleys. He said it might be a little tricky to find. He clearly does not know about Melbourne's alleys, I found it no problem. George made a good recommendation. Its a cute little place next to a canal, with a huge water wheel. I'm quite impressed. I think I'm going to like ...
... when you see the old cemetery that is now several meters above street level with tombs very close together and in weird positions, all because of the 12 layers or bodies buried there; that's all the space they had. It's also quite funny how this whole area, once the poorest, now is home of all the rich stores like Prada, Gucci, Rolex, etc. We them went to see the powder tower, the municipal building and the new town. We saw the square that was ...