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... soaking up the atmosphere........ Again this is a lovely place to visit. After lunch we walked some more, leaving the old town and venturing towards the city. After 5 hours of walking we went back to the hotel to rest and freshen up for our polish dinner and show.
Met everyone at 6pm and set off to the traditional polish dinner and folklore dancing. Some of the group chose not to participate in this evenings dinner so there were only about 20 of us. Peter and Judy from New ...
Today we were up early and on a bus as we were headed out to Auschwitz to visit the concentration camp. There are two camps in Auschwitz the original site, which now has a museum intertwined through it, and the second site which Hitler ordered to be built as the first site became to small. Needless to say the second is huge!
We started at the first camp with a guided tour through the museum and buildings. The museum is built in and around the buildings in ...
... it was a bit weird, although I think Jase missed me more! I headed into Krakow again, to try and get my internet banking sorted, stop in at the beauticians and visited a couple of galleries - one with an exposition of graduate graphic design work from Prague and the other housing works from Polish artists of the 19th and 20th century. Both galleries were fantastic and perhaps the latter my favourite of the trip so far, the works showing ...
A sobering morning today, visiting the Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration (or more accurately, extermination) camps - and another blazing hot day. We should've had hats or umbrellas, and we should've topped up on the sunblock - but didn't, so I for one, had another egg-fried-on-head day. Siān's last visit to Auschwitz was in the winter of 2004, with knee-deep snow and sub-zero temperatures, so it was a new experience for her too.
... after prolonged roll calls (sometimes up to 20 hours in the freezing snow), torture, bad living conditions and being used for medical experiments. It is said that they injected them with various substances to see how long it would take them to die, they would let them bleed to see how much blood a person could lose until they died and they would even take all the twins and put them through terrible experiments to see if twins are the same. There were pictures of ...