- Shuttle bus service
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- Pets allowed
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... of Krakov (some media owner), had booked the mine for his son's wedding, with over 500 guests, at a cost of more then 250,000.00 Euro. Wow! That is about $375,000.00 Canadian!!
Once finished at the Salt Mine, we took to the streets, for a walking tour of Krakov with our local guide.
We began the walking tour at the Wawel Royal Castle. Wawel’s prominence as a center of political power, predates the building of the first Cathedral ...
... still employ 400 staff, mostly to fill in the tunnels in order to strengthen them. They are using a mixture of sand and brine inserted under pressure, and estimate this process will take 150 years. We caught the local bus back, did a bit of shopping for the train trip back to Warsaw tomorrow, then back the the apartment for some last minute washing and cheese eatings!! Looking for a place for tea, I Googled "Best goulash ...
... Perigees, bread bowl soups, and donuts with rose jam filling are some of my favorite foods now because of having them in Poland. I will have to make these foods when I get home.
On Sunday of the Poland trip, I was able to go to Auschwitz. We went to Auschwitz I and II, apparently the third one was bombed into oblivion by Allied forces. Nothing can ever really prepare you when going to see Auschwitz, it's one thing ...
... have to learn from it and ensure that it never happens again. The buildings feel desolate and you can't help but think about the people who are walking in the same footsteps as you. Images scatter the walls and the faces show complete fear, terror and anxiety. The hardest and most emotional moment for me was seeing the possessions that were confiscated from the people who entered Auschwitz-Birkenau and were discovered after the liberation. There were hundreds of glasses, ...
... was well done. It was horrifying to see the conditions the prisoners were subjected too. Birkenau was so massive. I don't think the pictures can possibly show how big it was. I don't even know how to describe the concentration and death camps. They do not represent a good time in history, that's for sure.
On a brighter note, I was able to meet up with some friends from undergrad. We had been attempting to coordinate a meet up for a ...