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... to come back and explore further. So we headed into the old town pretty much as soon as we arrived, and had our walking tour. We found our own dinner, where I had traditional Polish meat dumplings called Pierogi... MmmmMMmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sooooo good! Need more of these! The next day was a free for all, bussed back in to the old town and just wandered through the markets and streets until 1pm when a group of us caught the bus to the ...
... a Chopin museum and the airport is named after him. The gateway to the old town is Castle Square which is dominated by the Royal castle. The castle has been reconstructed many times, and inside the main courtyard, each of the 4 buildings has been constructed differently to represent the 4 eras of construction since the 13th century. This castle is connected to the Summer Palace by a 4km long Royal Way, being the ...
... gas chamber.
Now I've expressed my disappointed I'll tell you what I saw. Warning some of the following will be sad and it will be long winded.
We spent two hours at Auschwitz I and just under an hour at Auschwitz II Birkenau. At Auschwitz I we entered under the famous gates that say "Arbeit Macht Frei" or Work brings Freedom. This is a contradiction to what actually happened behind these gates. It was not as I imagined. When I think of Auschwitz, ...
... more dance club. Naturally I stayed upstairs with Samir and chatted to these two Polish guys who turned out to be musicians as well. It was good that Samir doesn’t drink, I was about to fall asleep in the bar. He got me some water, got some food (which was disgusting and made me feel worse), and headed back to the hostel to just collapse into bed. Waking up the next day was a struggle. ...
... of statues and 40 entire chapels out of the rock salt. You can even get married in the salt mine. Some of the chapels which appear 10 stories hire with intricate carvings and rock-salt chandeliers are jaw-dropping. There is also an underground lake. After we got back to Krakow, we wandered around the old Jewish quarters including some synagogues and the factory where Schindlers’ List was based. Then we headed to the train station for our trip to ...
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