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... a problem being slightly claustrophobic, but I did OK. We walked around the mine for about 1.5 hours. The miners used horses to help them in the job. The horses were two when they started in the mine and after that they never saw day light. After the mine, our tour director dropped us at the Schindler Factory Museum since the afternoon was free and most people wanted to see the sight. Since it was raining (all day), she arranged ...
... they had kindly cut off the power for our visit! Now this will be the only funny comment about this entry. Many of the exhibits were seen through glass protective screens so some of the pics are of less than desirable quality. In addition, photographs were not permitted in several area of the museum, by respect for the victims. The pictures speak for themselves but I will include some captions. It was a quite an experience. Then, back on the bus for a 10 ...
... parent. We were greeted in the parking lot by Anna, our host, who had been watching out for us all afternoon because I had been four hours out in my estimation of our arrival time. She was anxious that we had got there in one piece because we had already emailed ahead to the hotel, asking if they could book us in to a local garage for a much-needed halfway service for Red.. Anna, who speaks better Polish than us could tell us that she had made an arrangement with ...
... best of all we were just a 15 minute walk from the main square.
The main square was huge----probably 4 blocks long by 4 blocks wide. It has many beautiful buildings and lots of outside cafes. We had supper at the Hard Rock Cafe--we weren't ready to be too adventurous with food yet. We spent the evening exploring the main square, doing a little shopping and taking lots of photos.
When we got back ...
... was half the width, and with the same height of most sleeper cars, it fit three. I was crammed into the room with a mother and her child and the grandmother. My bunk was on the top. I awkwardly climbed the ladder in the tight space and awkwardly slid into my bed, bumping my head countless times on the ceiling. Lying face-up, I had about a foot of breathing room. The bed was maybe three feet wide, and my feet easily hung off the end. Despite the conditions, I found sleep relatively ...