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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... is massive (one of the biggest squares in Europe), and explored the Wawel Castle.
All in all, Krakow is a gorgeous city, there's more I want to see there, Poland has numerous tourist attractions, and it was cool to be in 'Eastern Europe', although I missed the diversity of Berlin. It was a good trip :)... and Polish food is amazing.
... Ashes from the crematorium were simply dumped on the grass or in the ponds nearby so, as the tombstones point out, you are basically straring over mass graves (some of the largest in the world I'd imagine). Chilling.
There were some other aspects of the experience that really struck me more than the rest as well. At one point you wander past one of the crematoriums and through a glade of trees. The path is oriented so you look back towards the camp itself as you approach ...
I woke up in the pitch black and thought that I had been asleep for about ten hours. Tina asked me what time it was and I shat myself when I realised that it was only 0409, **** hot three more hours until the alarm went off. After breakfast Jasmin was not feeling 100% so she didn't come on the tour. The salt mine was nothing like I imagined and had to be seen to be believed and it's about 400 years older than colonised Australia. The worse thing about ...
... went right into the Schindler Factory Tour which lasted another 2 hours. Afterwards, we managed to find our way back to our apartment in Poland's 2nd largest city during a rain storm. Quite the feat. I was told by Paulina tonight that Wojtas is a popular name. Not sure about Grabowski, Jablonski or Spzicki. I looking forward to learning more tomorrow. Anyway, we're exhausted, but looking to a full day ...
... everything in Poland was cheap as they were still trying to build a stronger economy. I drank what was supposedly a traditional Polish drink - it was red and very bland .. tasted like watered down cranberry juice. I had the stuffed pork with mash potatoes.. I seriously have been living off potatoes this whole trip - I'm beginning to look and feel like a sack of potatoes.
After dinner I went walking around the main square with the girls and ...