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... ground to cover. We left Warsaw at 8 AM heading towards Auschwitz then Krakow. Our guide gave us a Polish history lesson on the bus and then taught us some Polish. We were each given a number (1 to 23) so we could count off to make sure we were all present. Not an easy language to learn. We stopped for lunch in Oswiecim which is the Polish word for Auschwitz. We got to Krakow at 7 PM, checked in then had dinner in the hotel. ...
... our destination easily and it was a beautiful spot, the waterfall was lovely you could drive right up to it for a change and the gardens around the house were magnificent. Again real Downton Abby stuff. We only had about twenty kilometres or so to get to the airport in Dublin, but my darling Glenn decided not to follow the airport signs but to follow our nav man. bIG MIsTAKE!!,! ...
... is surrounded by a barbed wire fence which used to be electric. We went into one of the buildings and here the guide explained how the prisoners willing came to the camp expecting the new life they had been promised. There were photos showing the selection process, fit and able in one entrance (to work at the camp) anyone else the other (they were told they were going to take a disinfection shower but were actually gassed and cremated). One ...
... perverse propaganda.
It is important to be reminded of this part of history and the Schindler’s museum was very, very well organized and incredibly informative.
It helped prepare me for Auschwitz. I arrived in Auschwitz on New Year’s Eve 2013.
It was bleak and overcast and very muddy. I was glad I was wearing tall black boots. However as I walked around- I could feel the ground shake from the tall black boots of the past and ...
... common with a factory. In fact it didn’t look at all like one, and our tour guide explained to us that actually all the factory was turned down and the only thing that we could see was the administrative building of the original factory.
After finishing the tour we had one more task to do…we had to decide how to go to Auschwitz. This was a tough decision because we there were at least 2 options. The first one was to book a tour and the second one was ...