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There was definitely an advantage of booking a local tour with Cracow City Tours - you received a voucher for free lunch! I have used this company twice for the Salt Mines and for Auschwitz…so two free lunches! Awesome. And the food has been soooo good!
One day for lunch I had roasted pork shoulder with honey mustard sauce, roasted potatoes and cabbage salad (aka. Coleslaw). I ...
... never give him, to not let our history die with them and to keep our culture and community alive. It was also heartbreaking that so many people could not be a part of this and there we all were enjoying our selves just steps away from the Jewish Ghetto that had persecuted our ancestors.
Tomorrow we head to Auschwitz and we are not sure what to expect there but know that we must never forget these stories and is our task to keep the memories alive.
... begin to be described as seeing a chicken farm, which houses as far as the eye can see behind electric fences. The stories and evidence of the torturous deaths which the victims suffered, from starvation cells to 'standing up cells' to the gas chambers.
It was an absolutely incredible experience, which shows in the bluntest nature the deprivation of any form of human compassion and hope which faced each and every person who entered the gates of the ...
Breaky at the Ibis Hotel and once again, ham off the bone and cheese toasties. I cant seem to get away from them, although im not trying to hard lol. Sweet sleep, and ready for yet another big day. On the Bus ride to Aushwitz, the Polish concentration camp our tour manager set the mood by playing somber music. I didn't really notice too much, but you could feel the vibe on the bus shift. Just prior to arriving in Aushwitz, Anna our tour manager explained briefly how the camp come ...
... chambers. Most of those people did not make it into the concentration camp. They were packed into train cars and sometimes traveled for days without food or water. When they finally arrived they were met by a camp doctor. The doctor sent healthy looking people in one directions and anyone old, infirm, sick, pregnant or children were sent in another direction. They were told they were going to the showers and then they would be given something to eat. They ...