Good Bye Lenin Hostel Zakopane
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The following day, we boarded a bus to head to Zakopane, which is a Polish village located in the Tatra Mountains. To say this place is adorable would be a huge understatement.
We stashed our bags in the bus station and set out to explore. We only got lost a couple of times before we made it to the town centre. Krakowski street is the main …
... and at decent incline, however the second ride definitely had a more severe incline and the views were spectacular.
Once we reached the top, got organized and admired the view, there was no more procrastinating on the obvious; what goes up most come down. It was time to start hiking down the mountain side. Thankfully it was a gradually decline across the entire mountain face and fairly lengthy switchbacks that kept the steepness in ...
... other side was not a favourable option.
Thankfully Mr Bear decided he was a bit bored and shuffled his way off of the track and into the shrubs after about 20 minutes. Once he was out of sight we made a quick dash with the other hikers in an attempt to get back down the hill as fast as possible without being spotted. Anyone who’s been hiking knows sometimes this can be quite the challenge when everyone is wearing brightly coloured Northface jackets.
The visit to the Auschwitz concentration camps is hard to describe. Everything is very neat and tidy, the brick buildings look well cared for, the grass is cut, there are roads and there is grass and green trees. And then you notice the barbed wire, you hear the commentary from the guide, see the exhibits and inside the buildings and you realise that it is not what it seems.
Auschwitz I was originally ...