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... pretty much done everything it has to offer because it is so small. I looked into train tickets for the day to Warsaw, but it would have made for a very exhausting day riding the train there and back and trying to squeeze Warsaw all into a half day. But, I assure you I will find something to do here in Poland's "architectural gem and intellectual heart!" Don't you worry your pretty little ...
... from survivors. Jack spoke of the SS officer that treated him with a little humanity. Unfortunately, accounts report his type were the exception, not the norm. Jack looked for him after the liberation, offering to testify, he was gone. Killed. In American Jewish Culture, we say "never again" like we actually believe it. If we really believed this, then we wouldn't continue to allow it to happen. Serbia. Sudan. Syria. and the list goes on ...
Getting of the bus from Birkenau, we walked through a small orientation building, and then gathered outside of the Aushwitz main entrance. We could see the infamous entrance sign with the inscription "Arbeit Macht Frei" (Work Sets You Free). The “B” in the sign is actually welded upside-down as a form of silent protest from the Jews that were forced to make it, but I actually think it makes the sign look all the more horrifying. Walking past the ...
... he did eventually arrive, and following a beer to celebrate the true start to our trip we all enjoyed drinking flavoured vodka, smoking cigars and watching porn.
To bed. Day 1 done.
Wrong arrival time for Simon
Texting more than talking
'football at the beer'
4 hours late
Thinking with his penis
... through to the post-WW2 hearings and into the 60’s.
The second part of the Museum was a tour of the old Gestapo Cells, used during the war to detain and torture people of influence in war-time Krakow. It was an airy and interesting place, with scratched names of prisoners’ etched on the walls, their lives for the most part, ending at this address.
Both feeling rather sombre, after being immersed in so much history, we headed back to the ...