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... It has great information cards at each section, which takes you through the history, and details the different death sites, and stories that took place. They also had displays of shoes, bags, glasses and hair that had been found on site when the camp was destroyed. The hair was pretty hard to take in. Apparently the Nazis used to cut the hair off the dead bodies and sent it to be used in textiles.
As part of the memorial, there is a glass bowl of sorts, bit ...
With an excited Jase behind the wheel we set off to Krakow, mid-morning, a five hour journey ahead. Driving north through Slovakia was nice – at least the roads were a lot better than those on the Czech side of the border!
We arrived in Krakow late afternoon, finding a tidy campsite close to the city centre, also on the guided-tour pick-up routes, so we couldn't have picked better. Jase gathered info about the tour to Auschwitz and the ...
... will not cooperate with whatever you have, and you're unfashionable anyways because you're a tourist.
I took a walking tour of the old town in Krakow today. Any time you visit a major city, be sure to google "Free Walking Tour 'Name of City'" They have them everywhere, and for the most part, they are completely sponsored by no-pressure tips. I say "for the most part" only because there was a ...
Although we were yet to see snow falling, our 6am bus took us through the white lined roads of Slovakia and past a Malamute arena, with dogs towing sleds through the snow. Arriving in Krakow, friendly locals saw us looking at a town map and offered to help us find our accommodation. But it wasn't hard to find.
Five minutes walk from the train station and we arrived at Mint's Place. Situated just inside Florianīs gate, which marks the start of the ...
... until more people started coming into the carriage. Eventually the other person found his seat, and after a bit of shuffling everything worked out. I’m still on the train as I’m writing this, and have been for the last hour and a half, so about another hour to go. You don’t even realize how fast you’re going until you look outside and see a blur of Polish country side.
The women ...
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