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... saw there was in the Museum in the Ghetto, which was located in one building that was used as a Children’s Homes for orphaned Jewish children. There was a display of drawings done by a number of different children that showed aspects of their lives – sometimes before the war, sometimes in the Ghetto, and some drawings were of the Nazis beating some of the adults. It was all done some simply and these drawings should have been of children ...
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Cut my day a bit short yesterday, because of bad weather. Stopped just short of Goerliz.
120 km, through wet and slippery bikeways, crossing the "Saxon Schweiz", very challenging!
It is 6am now, will have breakfast, the weather looks good, will leave towards Wroclaw Poland, was formerly under German rule called "Breslau ...
... of roof on the old chapel. It didn’t last long though so we continued on our way round. The views were as magnificent as the rock formations and the path was bounded by wild flowers.
We eventually made our way down to the village – strange how its always easier going down – and set off for the larger town of Zittau and the Church of the Holy Cross, where Mario was keen to show us the ...
... We had a lot of fun although Lukas, the party trasher, didn't let us play as much but we still had a good time. Did I mention there was a pool there and every single day we went swimming with Camy and Sydney we did flips, turns, twists, handstands, cartwheels wait cartwheels? we didn't do any cartwheels ...mommy you were wrong we didn't do any cart wheels what so ever ...I'm sorry for that interruption and we also did flips.Bye for now!
Pulling into the drive way of the Palac Wojanow is certainly impressive both for hits beauty and for its history. Having lasted over 800 years and through several wars, being restored at least three times, in addition to being a royal gift this place has lasted the test of time. Palac Wojanow is a fitting place to begin one's journey together.
The horse drawn chariot gracefully rolled to the Church Entrance. The Bride ...