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Wednesday was a washing day, a bit of a struggle with the weather but at last the heating is on in the building so the flat is nice and warm again. In Poland the heating is on a central boiler system with pipes and radiators into the apartments so it seems to depend on building management. In the afternoon Pete, Jen and I took a bus from about 100m away and went into the central city for a look around. It's not the ...
... that they truly believe in.
Just driving past the Birkinau camp and seeing how unbelievably enormous it was and to think that the soul purpose of this place was to exterminate it still in comprehendible I think to any normal human being.
After spending the a good 3 hours going through the museum and camps we headed to Krakow, as we were to stay there the next two days. ...
... choice even by my standards.
Breakfast, the best Wanda has had!!
Enough of the food and on to our trip north.
We decided (well I did whilst Wanda was sleeping this morning,........surprise surprise) to head to "Kazimirez Dolny" a small town of about 3,500 and is located on the eastern bank of the Vistula River.
The history of Kazimierz Dolny dates back to the 11th century, when on one of the local ...
This trip to Poland with my Rise and Fall of Hitler class was my most anticipated trip of the semester in both good and bad ways. The things I was not looking forward to was the freezing cold weather in Poland, the fact that I pictured this country ugly and in shambles still because of the war, and the fact of being around very depressing issues for five days. However, I was so excited to be going to a place I have always learned about ...
... all of this occurred at the actual sites really increases your perspective...
How to get there: minibuses leave at the Krakow bus station (located next the Krakow Glowny, the train station), costing 10 zloty each way
Admission: 40 zloty (30 zloty for students), including guided tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau
Travel tips: bring bottled water, good walking shoes, and a hat as there is basically no shade at Birkenau (aside from entering the barracks)