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... It is the last day in Krakow and we want to make the most of it.
A LIVING JEWISH COMMUNITY
It is a neighborhood that used to resemble an open-air Jewish heritage museum.
The recent years has seen an influx of ...
... I yell to Sam to stop just as she finds a way across, and we make our way back over. On closer inspection, there are steel footholds set into the rock. Using the wire rope we step out over the rushing water just a few feet below and with our bodies kept pressed against the rock sides, inch our way through. At the other side, the rock walls open slightly but it is still narrow and the walls open slightly but it is still narrow and the ...
... in the walls and eventually carved out a couple of chapels. The tour was a fascinating look at the history of salt mining and included amazing statues. I know this sounds boring, but I once read a book called "Salt" that was a great book about how important it is to us and how valuable it used to be. Afterall, the word salary comes from it because many people and soldiers used to be paid with it so they could barter for everything ...
Poland started in 966. Krakow is older than Poland. Jews settled in Poland, from Germany and Czech, during the crusades.
The only king in the history of Poland was called Kazimerz the Great; he had 3 wives and hundreds of women. He had a beautiful Jewish woman named Esther. The king was good to the Jews because of her.
Before WWII, Poland was the biggest place for Jews, other than USA.
The Nazis wanted to destroy the culture, religion, and everything Jewish. ...
Chris one of the hostel staff was cooking dinner for everyone (curry..which Alice can't refuse..) so we stuck around and got to meet the other travellers who were all more or less doing the same things as us.
The night progressed pretty quickly and some of the staff were amping everyone up to go and suss the nightlife.....Al and I were pretty exhausted...but, were quickly persuaded to head out and see what Krakow has to offer (pleasantly surprised). Ania, ...