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... by, plenty of stores, bakeries, a fruit market and 2 local super markets at the end of the street.
If you walk fast like we do, the central square is just a 5 minute walk. What more could one want! The location is simply perfect.
After a 5 hour drive by coach we reached the hotel at 4:00pm.
Sweet and discreet Evelyn greeted us on the doorway ...
... is a statue of him and I even walked past his house. Funny how again, on this trip, he is in part of my journey. I already told you why I like him in Rome. It was nice to see him in relation to Poland.
The other thing I should mention is that the next day our group visited Auschwitz. There is nothing I can really say about that. I can't really talk about it. My poor Dad raised the subject with me on Skype which resulted in him being horrified as my poor heart burst into ...
... paying their respects when I went to visit.
In the middle of January 1945, the SS evacuated almost 60 000 Auschwitz prisoners and begin the *Death March*. Liberation by the Soviet Army occurred less than 2 weeks later. Some of the buildings in the camp were then used as hospitals to care for the prisoners that were suffering from severe starvation and a variety of other diseases. Once they were healthy enough, they were able to leave.
... kielbasa over the fire. Of course half of these people are from the city so they had no clue what they were doing and the fire was pretty tiny. I needed Jared the Boy Scout to show them how it's done and get a real fire going. Today I went shopping with some friends after school. We went to the mall again, but it is so big we saw all brand new stores. We found the biggest grocery store yet with even cheaper food. Also went to KFC for dinner. Yes I ...
... the museum we walked over the Old (Stara) Synagogue which is from the 15th century. It is the oldest preserved synagogue in Poland. It has been rebuilt a number of times and now resembles what it looked like in the 16th century. At one side and pictured below you can see the fragments of the reconstructed walls of the Jewish district.
Next was the Remuh synagogue is named after Rabbi Moses Isserles from 1572 who was a famous commentary writer. ...