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... some metal staging the
day before but thought it was for this film festival that is happening
next week. Unfortunately, I found out it was a Catholic holiday (Corpus
Christi?) and all the museums and many of the stores were therefore
closed. Boo! I was planning on checking out the museum that runs under
the square about the history of Krakow, but no. And I was going to
... early in the day we instead strolled to the Jewish Quarter to have a couple of drinks, to get there we had to walk through the remnants of the Ghetto which was the first prelude to all the horrors that would follow. On the way to finding a bar we stopped for a quick shot of delicious honey spiced vodka before continuing on to a bar that promoted itself as having the best beer selection in Krakow, what we did find is a bunch of dry pipes and the most ...
... has been overwhelming at times. Surprisingly, for me there is a sense peace borne out of relief here that I was not expecting. It is not a horrible place at all now. To look at, it is quite serene and peaceful. It makes it hard at times to connect with the horror of what happened here. We arrived early, just after 8am which meant when we first walked through we were almost alone. I was able to get some good photos. The quietness of the morning added to ...
... we visited Schindler’s factory. It was more of a museum about World War II in general, though. Schindler was a German businessman who saved over a thousand Jews during the Holocaust by employing them at his factory. Now I have to go home and watch Schindler’s List. I can’t believe I haven’t seen it yet. The other very interesting thing we did in Krakow was go deep down into the salt mines, which date back to the 13th century. We went down about ...
... is complete without a trip to the Wieliczka salt mine. Built in the 13th century, the mine has produced table salt up until 2007. It no longer is producing commercially, but remains active and is a fascinating place to visit. Throughout the mine there are scenes depicting the life of the miner and the operation of the mine. All of these scenes are carved ...