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... possible, this says something about our species, the only one who harms it own. With luck our intellect will show us the way and this intellect should always say every man is equal, had it been that way it would not and could not have happened, I don't thinks anyone is going to feel Auschwitz by reading about it or watching films, true it will give the facts and show what was done but I feel only a visit can show the absolute truth about what occurred here, I can ...
... from "walking again" as a vampire. We dragged out the visit to last about an hour, and then left to walk around the old town and then towards home.
That evening, it rained again, but we decided to brave the wet weather and head out for dinner to a small restaurant near our apartment. Mr H ate Peter Rabbit's Polish cousin, whilst I had camembert and vegetables, followed by several shots of flavoured vodka and beer. (The cranberry flavour was my favourite!)
... was mean't to have a lot of nice cafes. We thought that we would find a nice one to have lunch at. The area looked very run down compared to the rest of Krakow and it wasn't long after we started walking that it began to poor down with rain. So we ran into the nearest cafe and that would have to do for lunch. The meal was a little disappointing but it was still food and that made us happy. Once the rain had settled down we walked around the ...
... have been converted into museums detailing the horrors the Jews faced in the Nazi regime. The most confronting thing was seeing the property of the Jews in big piles. The Jews brought all their valuables with them which were taken by the Germans and returned to the German people. These piles were called "Canada" because it was seen as the country of plenty. The worst part was seeing a room just dedicated to big piles of hair. The hair was shaved and used to make clothing. It made you ...
... student in History of Krakow Jews, so her passion for what she did meant we got an amazing insight into the history of this city and its people and buildings. After our tour we wandered through the huge Cloth Hall, market, in the middle of the Main Market Square to see the souvenirs on display. It was a beautiful building and underneath is a museum that is housed in old underground rooms, chambers and burial rooms. I loved the fact that the ...