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... potential visitors were told that no more tickets were being allotted for the day, and were turned away at the gate. I'm not entirely certain how the Schindler Factory can sell out of tickets on a freezing October afternoon- this is a Holocaust museum of sorts, not "Kinky Boots"- but there you go. So we gave up and instead visited The Pharmacy Under the Eagle, which was a pharmacy and underground escape route for Jews during the ghetto ...
... part to save some of the Jewish population during the Nazi holocaust (Schinidler's List). A quote from one of the rescued woman "The Torah says he who saves one person, saves the world, how many did Arthur Schindler really save?" A poignant reminder that even one person can make a difference in the lives of so many...and their progeny.
Michael drops us off near our apartment and we find a streetside cafe for a sumptuous lunch ...
... were really beautiful. The buildings had all been destroyed hundreds of years ago and they rebuilt the old town as a replica of the original. The square was very much like Prague's and Cesky Krumlov's. It had colourful buildings all the way around the square and were filled with tourists shops, cafes, antique stores etc. The Warsaw Castle was pink and bright and didn't look much like a castle. The cobbled streets that lead through the old town, with not many cars trying to ...
... away. Everyone else (presumably locals) seemed to enjoy it, so out of respect I won't put down in words exactly what we thought of it.
We wanted to go into the Church of the Virgin Mary next, but it was closed for a function for the morning, so we went to Wawel Hill instead. On our way there, we visited the Churches of Saints Peter and Paul and Saint Andrew, situated halfway between the Main Market Square and Wawel Hill. Both of these churches are gorgeous in their own ...
Yesterday: We left Zakopane by bus and the bus driver we had sure liked to speed up and then slam on the brakes. This would normally be only mildly annoying but as we were also travelling down the mountains, it made me very car sick. I had to put down my knitting and hoped I did not throw up. Happily I didn't. We walked from the bus stop to our hotel/hostel type thing. I am now sharing a room with Nikki, an Australian ...