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... and a cheap chocolate bar. Given that it was only a 35-minute flight, there wouldn't have been time for serving hot beverages. I had barely prepared a paragraph for my blog when I had to turn off my iPad for the descent into Krakow.
We disembarked on the tarmac and made our way by foot to a tin shed, similar to that which Virgin used to use at Adelaide Airport. Bags collected, we dragged them in the heat to the bus stop outside the main terminal building. A ...
... hike where the red path meets the yellow path. We triumphantly follow the red flag marks on the trees along a country road towards Vel'ke Borove, feeling the cold since we stopped for lunch - even with an extra layer on each. We eventually come into the town, look at the map and decide we need to head south-west. We confidently head down a dirt track as fat splashes of rain start to fall, and in under a mile find that our 'track' now follows a ...
Past that, and farther out of the city center, we walked to Schindler's Factory, the subject of Schindler's List. We didn't know what to expect and found that this is really an Occupation Museum and spends a little time on the factory and what Schindler did to help his Jewish employees. It was far and away the best of the 3 occupation museums we've seen so far. It was spread out in a timeline format and it took a long ...
... Holy War' derby that evening. We had some difficulty getting our tickets, as we both had to be members to buy one. I didn't have ID on me, so he instead asked for my date of birth, failing to wish me a happy birthday. There goes his TripAdvisor review!
We spent the afternoon relaxing in a park by the river, basking in the late September sunshine! A few people have asked me if I feel any older now. The truth is, I feel younger than ever!
Before we knew it we ...
... belongings that had been taken away. We saw awful pictures of what people looked like at liberation. Their faces will be embedded in memory for a long time to come. Somehow, even though we have seen pictures, visited many museums on the Holocaust being at the site where these people walked, lived and then died was unbelievable.
There were 28 barracks at Auschwitz and we walked through many of them that now act as a museum.
The last stop, just like the people of the ...