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... the lives of 1,100 Jews by giving them jobs and housing to protect them from execution. Our guide said that the Poles have mixed thoughts on Schindler - was he a hero or an opportunist, an honest man or a swindler, a rescuer or an exploiter? We saw were some of the actual Spielberg Schindler List movie scenes were filmed and learned what parts of the movie wasn't quite the truth but, made for a good story. ...
... where all the traffic seems to disappear into thin air. And then, amidst much moaning, the new motorway stopped as suddenly as it started, and we were back to the grind, even slower than before. After increasing irritation and grumpiness ( me, not GLW ), we finally made it to Krakow.
Driving into the city was pretty easy and we found the exquisite Hotel Pugetow. It sits alongside the big and imposing Palace Pugetow, and looks like a little baby version of ...
... included paintings, sculptures, advertising art & textiles. Loved it. Lunch at my favourite wegetarianski bar called Glonojad. The food is fantastic (portions are massive) & it's packed every day. Yummy! A post lunch visit to St. Mary's Cathedral in the centre of town. I'm a bit baffled by the style of this 13th century church, complete with strangely manic interior decor. It is ...
So apart from walking around the town, and visiting a few so-so museums, I didn't do too much sightseeing in my first few days in Krakow. I did visit Auschwitz, but I'll do a separate blog entry about that. I went out most evenings with the hostel, which was good fun. The clubs are pretty nondescript, with commercial pop and dance music. But at least the drinks are cheap. Verrry cheap. So next stop after Krakow is Hamburg. At least that was the ...
... was destroyed in 1944 by Nazi Germany. Germany had invaded Warsaw and the Polish people formed a resistance army. They fought for 63 days to take back the city but the help they expected from the Red Army never came and they were defeated. Since then the city and the castle have been slowly restored. Sadly much of the initial replication was done very quickly sacrificing quality for speed so there is constant repairs going on. There were quite a few buildings covered ...