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... behind glass the entire length of a room, perhaps 50 m long. Piled up high behind this glass is the hair shaved off the woman just before they went into what they thought was the shower rooms. The second is the actual gas chambers, I walked in one and only two small square holes exist in the roof, this was were the SS dropped the gas pellets, which upon heat in the room gave off the cyanide gas which would kill those close be immediately and those further up the ...
... Music and Costumes, so stopped for a beer whilst we watched some of the dancing (and whilst Mr H availed himself of the nearby Port-a-loo). After almost an hour, we realised that the train hadn't arrived yet (the one and only platform was adjacent to the festival site), and so set off for the Tourist Information office to make enquiries. We were told that the next train wasn't until 7pm, and we would be better off catching the bus back to Krakow. After walking to the bus stop, ...
... their defeat as they tried to conceal there extermination of millions of people. The camp and main entrance was a high brick fence with a rail line entering the camp. The line extended through the centre of the camp and there is a rail wagon which has been kept as part of the museum expressing the size and the harsh conditions that these people experienced. The rail wagon were quiet small and similar to what we would expect livestock freight wagons thes were smaller and he German ...
... like a local for a day. Today's walking lead us through the OldTown, within the city gates, and a visit to the markets in the town piazza to shop for amber. After a longer walk, guided by Lauren who was geared up with the map, we made the trek to the Jewish Quarter. The main piazza is very touristy and there are Polish in little golf buggy things trying to coerce you to join their 'city tour', they will slowly drive next to tourists offering their tour guide services. ...
... done (can you say that about graffiti - 'well done'??) - we are a small group about 12 almost all Brits - we start by walking down about 350 steps (we will do a total of 830 - only about 25 'up') there is a 'lift' from bottom to top -- this mine is very old but real production started about 1500 - miners of that time were very well paid as salt was an ''in demand' product. We venture down a total of 135m and there are periodic spaces/rooms - ...