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... were still there and we had a chance to go into one of them. There were three levels of beds. The bunks were no longer than a single bed. They would all have to lay on their sides so they could squeeze 10 ladies in. Whoever got the top bunk was "luckier" than those on the bottom ones because all the feces would drip down from the top bunks.
This trip was such a humbling experience. It makes me happy for the family that I have. I don't think there would be a way for me to ...
... the last. Finally got to the Schindlere factory, very well done, but it really about the factory, more about the whole krakow experience during the war. Back to the city another church or two and then dinner at one if the thousands of efresco onesin offer. A really nice pork meal and s one margaritas and then a walk home. Tomorrow ...
... quarter to get some lunch at a really nice restaurant with a garden where we could sit in the shade and I had a yummy chicken salad. The heat was crazy and I found it hard to keep wandering around but we did for a few more hours just looking around before heading back to the hotel. We slept for a few hours before heading back into town for dinner where we found a steak place so the boys could satisfy their ...
... being on the same tour of all places - small world. Later in the afternoon Karisa and I took another walking tour that led us down into the Jewish district of Kazimierz and provided us with sites of the old Jewish area, as well as some of the history of the Polish Jews. Both tours were great, but since its was 27C (felt like 30C) we were hungry and thirsty so we stopped for some food and drink. We chose ...
... May their souls rest in peace.’ There are still small pieces of bone embedded in the dirt. The tour ended about 20 minutes after that.
If you ever get the chance, even though it’s very emotionally exhausting, I highly recommend you go. It gives you a new outlook on everything, and you question every hardship you have experienced, and realize why the Polish government decided to preserve everything, as a constant reminder to ...