We got there during siesta I guess, as it was virtually deserted, old-fashioned wood and stone buildings along a quiet winding street above a millstream, and a central pedestrian area flanked by a few shops. Had an unintentionally leisurely lunch at a sort of pub (the only open place in town – therefore very slow service because they were fairly busy) of hard cider and Pork Warsaw (essentially a porchop smothered in cheese and creamy tomato sauce). Visited the few Jewish graves remaining in the cemetery, and the old synagogue, now a library (it was going to be a disco but the populus complained).
|Not a prison but a storage shed|
|The old synagogue, now a library|
|The old Jewish cemetery|
|What cemetery would be complete without its play area?|