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... show which we can now tick off the bucket list of things to see.
That afternoon we visited the Salt mines. We were originally going to skip this extra as we hadn’t heard anything about it, but everyone on tour we spoke to on the trip was doing it and someone back home had referred more than one to do it. It was a little drive out of town and do yourself a favour and look it up. The pictures and our description wont do it justice. Our tour guide was all ...
... We walked passed places where Pope John Paul II lived and worked. We were taken into St. Mary's Basilica which was constructed in the 14th century and it was a total shock to see how beautiful it was (and I've seen a lot of beautiful churches). After that we walked to the town square and through the area where the university is and finally on to the Sheraton where we were staying. Dinner was à la carte at the hotel (on ...
... beet root soup. The history of Krakow starts back in the stone age. It is said that a village was built where the current Wawel Castle resides on a hill above the city. Supposedly, it was built above a cave where a dragon resided. You can see the dragon legend's influence all around krakow in statues and other unsuspecting places.
... curmudgeon if you ask me but it turns out he is a 94 year old Holocaust survivor and passionate exponent of traditional folk styles. He is considered a living treasure. I did a considerable bit of wandering for the rest of the afternoon and some queuing at the train station booking by tickets to Budapest too. Peter found a gem of a restaurant for dinner on the outskirts of the old town. Lovely. Safely tucked in bed now and hoping there will be less late night revellers to wake us up ...
1,100,000 people died here. They were murdered; shot, starved, tortured, beaten, experimented on, hung or gassed. These were innocent people. Farmers, electricians, bakers, friends, fathers, women and children. Its really hard to get your head around it. The evidence is there, despite desperate attempts by the Nazis to remove it. Its just incomprehensible to understand how such depraved cruelty could be implemented and enforced on such a tremendous scale. ...