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... Music and Costumes, so stopped for a beer whilst we watched some of the dancing (and whilst Mr H availed himself of the nearby Port-a-loo). After almost an hour, we realised that the train hadn't arrived yet (the one and only platform was adjacent to the festival site), and so set off for the Tourist Information office to make enquiries. We were told that the next train wasn't until 7pm, and we would be better off catching the bus back to Krakow. After walking to the bus stop, ...
... flags, with kid's who all spoke one common language. Did I mention there were 10,000 of them????
It began as a wet grey day with off and on rain showers. The dirt 'streets' of auschwitch were muddy and puddle laden. It alternated between cold and damp; and sunny and warm(er).
And together we marched. Though the gates of auschwitch with the wrought iron sign over head that reads "Arbeit macht frei", "work ...
... from it, but I really wanted to dance.
Before dinner, Mel had a surprise for us. Three bottles of vodka for the whole group. Each of us had three shots in three flavors: normal, mandarin and hazelnut. One shot after another: nearly killed me! They were pretty strong but the mandarin and hazelnut flavored vodka were really nice! Loved the latter! I was so tipsy, even through dinner. I had fish as usual.
Pubcrawl Krakow Style
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Mom and I arrived in Krakow late Friday evening. It is a beautiful country and city. It is very humid and everything is green and smells fresh. We have a great hotel and we each have our own bed too. We are only staying two days and then we are off to Rome on Monday. Tomorrow we are going into the old town for a day of sight seeing and shopping. Today, we went to Auschwitz and Birkenau. I have ...
... we learned later from our tour guide, this legend was not true, and the whole story was made up by a local woman when talking to a visiting American. The visitor went home and wrote a book about the incident ....and thus the legend was born and continues today, courtesy of buglers from the fire department. Lunch was a traditional soup and fried pork/ham combo with rice, beets, carrots and sauerkraut. In the afternoon, we joined a 3 hour tour of the town center ...
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