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The freezing weather and sideways rain continued, and when we were finally finished our three hour tour, we were happy to board our bus to see the salt-mines.
The salt mines were absolutely incredible. We didn’t know what to expect when we went, but we so impressed at the vastness of the massive mine. There were several breathtaking cathedrals which housed carvings made from local miners. It was a completely amazing experience ...
... isn't good, it's just that they don't offer many savoury options. 90% of the items are cakes and sweets... give me a good pastry or muffin any day
-The coffee here is better than I expected. I'm no coffee connoisseur by any means, but it's always nice to drink something half-decent. I've found quite a few good cafes around town
-The weather is getting pretty ****, but that's to be expected. But if it's gonna be cold, it may as well ...
... even told to hang their clothes up and remember were you placed them so that they could grab them on the way out. They then passed through to the next room to be showered. The nazis had installed fake shower heads to give the impression that it actually had shower facilities, this was not the case. The doors were locked behind them and through two square cut outs in the roof, the lethal gas was dropped. The Jews now knew that death was imminent. The screams and cries would last for ...
With two weeks off work I decided to not only go visit the Greek Islands but to try squeeze Krakow in as well. Travelling from Athens to Krakow was going to be ridiculously expensive so instead I found myself flying back to London for less than 6 hours before heading off to Poland. With the saving I was making it seemed like a great idea in theory but in practice it was a bit of a pain in the ass having to run from Heathrow back to Golders Green ...
... any visitors the afternoon we arrive. There are no remains of the camp. In its place is a memorial that has 17,000 one to three foot stones marking every Polish Jewish community wiped out by the Nazis. All you see is a seemingly endless array of stones with town names on them. If every stone stood in for only one person executed, it would be a unimaginable horror. But these stones were for each TOWN!
I am stunned by all this death and destruction. Who will tell ...