Sorry, these posts are out of order… this one came before Aushwitz.
These are the rock formations of Teplice (in the Czech republic). They reminded me of a cross between Zion in Utah and Veedauwau in Wyoming.
We stayed at a family-run Pension in Teplice in the mountains. I got kind of caught up reading my 2nd novel (Keeping Faith, by Jodi Picoult) yesterday. So other than walking around the Teplice rock formations I didn’t do much.
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