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    Travel Blogs from Krakow


    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... at those places, of course I feel like I’m standing in the awe inspiring presence of where a lot of history has happened but I don’t feel like ghosts are around. Nothing horrible like Auschwitz has happened in most other places either. Maybe I just don’t think about it much. And why would I? I’m not a medium and I’ve never even seen a ghost so I’ve always been a bit skeptical. I’ve heard enough stories, though, and when I hear them ...

    Beyond the Iron Curtain

    A travel blog entry by angel2014 on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... next day we went on a free walking tour of the Market area of Krakow where we were told about the inherent strength and resilience of Krakownian's who built a medieval city that was never taken over and how during WWII university lecturers who were threatened with death if they taught made lectures in there own houses with six students because they believed in the right of education. Polish people are really strong people who have been under siege not only by one ...

    I'm a Wegetarianski!

    A travel blog entry by prairiefish on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... food is HEAVY, even at the wegetarianski bars. I'm sure colonoscopies are in high demand here too. If not, they should be. Maybe that's why they drink so much. Although I feel relatively safe during the day in Krakow, I don't really want to walk alone late at night. I never really felt that way in Budapest. Tomorrow a day trip to Auschwitz. I was hesitant to go, but I realized, it is important to ...


    A travel blog entry by john_deehan on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... upon arrival, under the illusion they were being taken to shower rooms where they would be cleaned and clothed following their long and tiring train journey. The gas chambers, and the attached crematoriums, are no longer standing but their ruins paint just as haunting a picture.It goes without saying that smiles are few and far between on this tour. And walking around a building at Birkenau where prisoners (the ones ‘fortunate’ enough not to be gassed) were ...

    The past and the present - Krakow, Poland

    A travel blog entry by mjandcj on Jun 08, 2013

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    ... leaves you feeling...numb. Like many students I had learnt about the camps at school and I expected that I might be overwhelmed with emotion at some point during the visit. Surprisingly I didn't feel like crying when we saw the great big piles of children's shoes or when we walked into the still intact gas chamber at Auschwitz. I just felt numb and after that passed, very very angry. Our guide around the camps was a softly spoken woman who impressed me greatly with not only ...