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... By now we were outright exhausted, but hey what do you know the museum tour located in Shindler's factory was just starting and we were already right there - a good walk from the hostel. Plus I'd perked up a bit now that the afternoon sun wasn't demanding a rest. We threw caution, and rest, to the wind and did the tour. The museum was actually pretty good, with lots of well constructed exhibits and it does a good job of telling the story in a way that ...
... hear the loudest thunderstorm ever.
The rain was soooo heavy and the thunder was unbelievable. We found it hard to believe we were actually witnessing this sudden change in weather.
Naturally we had to wait under the eves along with everyone else but we noticed they had a hallway of many Polish souvenirs so we took advantage to check them all out. The girls of course want to go back there to purchase this time not just look but we ran out of time.
The rain had died down ...
... his school exams every year- he and his friends would put their money together and buy a cream cake "Kremowka" to share. He was very fond of cream cakes. There is even a recipe- the Papal Cream Cake! I had to have one- and must say I have never had anything quite so delectable with my cappuccino. I really needed to go running again!
The following day I visited another religious site in Poland- Czestochowa. The home of the Black Madonna Icon. This ...
... stuff home, then we bought supplies from the supermarket and had a picnic in the park. We spent the rest of the afternoon playing cards and lying around in the sun. Elle and I organised to meet Amy and Sam for dinner, but as we were getting ready to go, I started feeling pretty gross, so I backed out last minute, and spent the night sick as a dog. Awful. We only just made the bus the next morning, then the train from Katowice to Prague. It was a very, very long travel ...
... in educating or being educated on the Holocaust.I’d spent hours reading books on the subject prior to my visit, hours trying to absorb the figures that accompany the endless stream of atrocities carried out in this small town on the outskirts of Krakow. Your stomach just doesn’t turn quite the same when turning the pages of a book though and nothing can prepare you for seeing first-hand a scene of unparalleled horror. As you walk through the gateway to ...