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... was decorated with colourful lights and had a main atrium that was exposed apart from a roof over head; the waitress recommended a delicious cocktail for me which had apple and ginger in it – yummy! For dinner I had a delicious starter of potato cakes and spinach, Paul had gnochhi and a polish sausage stew which he said tasted really good. We had to check the map several times before finding our way back to the hostel and collapsed ready for our busy day ...
... meet Marian, Marian meet Paul.
Maria and Lionel had meet him previously but Paul was the missing brother.
Both Maria and Paul are fortunate enough now to say they have reunited with Marian and hopefully they will hold some very special memories of visits to Poland.
Marian's wife, Stasia, was waiting for us upstairs so we made our way up to meet her and I was so nervous that when when she kissed me 3 times as they do, I said to her in Polish - "goodbye" instead ...
Once on the bus we make another wrong move and get out too early.
Anyway to cut a long story short we eventually found a taxi and got to our accommodation. It was in the opposite direction from here we had gone and was a 20 minute walk from the bus stop.
Ironically if we'd stayed on the bus back into town we would have ended up within 100 metres of where we stayed.
Not a good start for Krakow.
... my room, and left my bags at reception. I had to move rooms today but stay in the same hostel, hence me having to get my stuff together at stupid o’clock in the morning.
I was on the road by 6:45am which gave me plenty of time to get up to the bus station and find the bus to Oswiecim, where the Auschwitz museum is located. Some friends I’ve met along the way gave me a tip to go on my own before ...
... the Krakow ghetto. The museum displayed some of this letters written within the ghetto. His experiences there were the topic and inspiration for the movie The Pianist. All-in-all the museum was a worth-while experience, but I left wishing I had been able to learn more about the Schindler Jews.
Upon leaving the museum, I walked back to the tram stop. The number 9 tram pulled up, and I decided to take it, figuring it would take me back to the stop I ...