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Some people ask us about how we just pick random places, sight unseen, book apartments and just go.
Aren’t we worried it will be awful? What if things go wrong or you don’t like the place? What do you do?
Well, we have been really lucky. It’s just not been an issue. Typically, we are optimistic that it will all work out, and we’ve never really had to deal with that issue.
I can’t say our good fortune ...
... from trying to escape, although many decided to kill themselves on the electric wire than face the gas chambers. Birkenau Walking into Birkenau was almost surreal as the entrance building is immediately recognisable from movies and pictures I have seen. You were able to see only a few of the wooden barracks still standing on the men's side and were able to see where the others used to be by the brick chimneys that ...
... I believe where in fact did not get mugged, drugged, raped or killed! woo! from there i went To the beautiful wildly unknown country of Kyrgyzstan with the man I owe half of my existence to. we did a lot of hiking, got thrown off of a tour group ( where we were the only guests), saw some great old communist sites, got bit by a tick and didn't die of tick borne encephalitis! from there, I met up with some more familiar faces in the holy land. ...
... a drive is it back to "the city"? We are heading today for Krakow where I don't expect to have that issue, Krakow I believe, is simply Krakow. We chose to visit Wroclaw for two reasons, the the first being logistical, it's located about half way between Berlin and Krakow, the second being a little known bit of World War II history I stumbled upon when researching this trip. About an hour from the city is home to a great, but little known, mystery of the war, it is ...
... grab one of the chairs adjacent to a table and I sat my bag in the chair next to me. Two hours of reading passed quicker than I would have liked and I found myself disembarking and on the hunt for my next train. The station we had arrived in was a pretty miserable number of blue steel and poured concrete. I went on a short search for my train, established it was on platform 4 and worked my way there. Not entirely sure if I had ...