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... they divided the families up and forced them to live in overcrowded slums. Over 30000 Jews died of illness in this ghetto. As more Jews arrived they shipped 80000 off to the extermination camps in Poland. The visit was eye opening and of course depressing but well worth visiting. Was great to see so many Czech school groups there to understand what had happened in the past. Some shopping time today and then we fly home tomorrow. Look forward to seeing you all ...
The Czech Republic can be summed up by VERY cheap beer.
On Tuesday we did a brewery tour at the original Budweiser, now called Budweiser Budvar as the lawsuits continue between the two breweries. It's not a difficult answer as to which one tastes better though! This brewery tour was very different from one I’ve ever been on as we toured through the buildings that have been there since 1895. We even got to taste the "young beer" right out of the ...
Later in the day we visited the Spanish Synagogue which was better appointed than the older ones. It had a very Moorish / Middle Eastern feel to it that we have seen previously in the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi and mosques in Turkey.
Evening and the rain continues to tumble. Decided to stay in the hotel and have dinner in the dining room. Good decision !!
All packed and ready to depart for the airport by 11:30am tomorrow morning.
Happy Birthday Lilla!
I spent yesterday morning getting our admin up to date (Rhonda had forwarded us two huge piles of mail from home), paying bills and so on, while Charlie washed the motorhome, and then spent several hours with the cutting paste getting rid of all the scratches. The paintwork has come up like new!
June joined us for lunch, and then in the ...
... embodies its own churches, museums and over 3 courtyards sprawled out over 18 ...