Lesser Town Square Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Early start after a terrific sleep. Today we went on a guided tour of the Terezin Concentration camp. I've read so much about Europe during WW11 and the atrocities of the camps that I couldn't miss the chance to do this tour. The overwhelming feeling I came away with was sadness and horror of what humans are capable of doing to each other. It's one thing to read ...
... one of the best in the world at a much lower price than you would get anywhere else in the world for a similar standard. It was all very fancy with people in their finest tuxes and dresses while we rocked up in whatever we had on. The whole hall ended up being sold out and the orchestra was really good. The second part of the show, they bought out a massive grand piano out where a rather famous person then came out to play the next set. We obviously had no idea who he was but he was ...
So our train ride to Prague started off great. We had a 6 person section (like in Harry potter) to ourselves. But it got worse. Bradden and I were sitting opposite each other against the window, but as we wanted to watch a movie, I moved next to him. We got to a random stop, and our carriage filled up. I had a man next to me, his wife opposite me and their son opposite to my left. Then we had an old, fat man that was covered in sweat and stunk so terribly sit opposite Bradden. We ...
... a vineyard area, with purple grapes growing among the rich greenery. After taking some more pictures of the spectacular views and scenery from there, we walked down a path and a few stairways and found ourselves back at the bottom of the hill. From there, we walked to another bridge that took us across the river, crossing into Old Town.
Old Town Square, in the heart of Old Town, is a magnificent central square with the cobblestone ...
Today we left Austria, and headed for Prague, but first stopped off at Mauthausen concentration camp. It's a terrible thing to see the way that humanity treated each other in the Second World War, but acts as a reminder of how far we've come. The horrors will continue to haunt the camp forever. Mauthausen was a work camp. Many of the buildings are still intact, as well as the walls and barbed wire. The atmosphere was thick with sadness the entire time. There was no guided tour. It ...