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... the National Stadium.
We went back to the hotel for a rest and then back into the city for dinner. It really looked different at night. We had no problems getting around the city and knowing the buses to take really helps.
Wednesday Sept. 30th
We left about 9am to drive to Krakow. There is still a lot of road construction, detours and one lane roads. There is vast farmland among the rolling hills and the scenery is lovely. The farmers are very busy on ...
... of the Nazi 'Final Solution to the Jewish Question'From early 1942 until late 1944 transport trains delivered Jews to the camp's gas chambers from all of German-occupied Europe. The trains arrived at a special unloading ramp. Women and children were separated from the men. SS doctors carried out a selection, those who were considered fit for work were directed to the camp, the remainder were directed straight to the gas chambers.
At least 1.1 million prisoners died ...
... br> Underground lakes, and the largest underground Cathedral just add to the experience!
In our final hours we made a visit to Wawel Hill, the Castle and Cathedral complete with fire breathing dragon! Once the home of the Polish monarchy, these proved to be some of the most beautiful castle architecture I have seen yet in Europe, the Cathedral seemed to offer a bit of everything as it had been added to over ...
... on their devices. The second and third trains were quite a different story. Train two was from Ostrava, Czech across the border to Katowice, Poland. My biggest stress today came from my transfers because there was only ten minutes between getting off one train and finding your next. They are remarkably on time I've found so far... nearly to the second. Anyway, the second train, although only two hours, was ...
... holds personal items of the victims which were found after the camp's liberation. We saw massive piles of suitcases, eye glasses, shoes, combs, etc. often enough to fill an entire room with. The scale of it was unbelievable. The worst was probably the massive room filled with human hair. They shaved the dead woman's heads to sell it on to be made into blankets. Traces of the chemical, Zyklon B, which was used to gas the victims ...