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... I looked for some shade. Then we all walked over to the van where our driver was ready to take us back.
Once dropped off we went up to our hostel and received the keys to our new room. It was across the street in another building and there is no better way to say this than, UPGRADED! I am so happy we paid an extra 10 euro for this! Twin room with a TV, a FAN!, a mini fridge and basically nobody else on the floor. There is a window near the street, but when ...
... start to well up. It was so emotional. I think after the film it really hit home on what we were about to see the following day.
Once the film had finished we continued to chill in our apartment and drink vodka whilst we took it in turns to make our pack lunches for the following day. Aaron's sandwich bags came in handy after all. We all decided to have an earlyish night because it was going to be a long day tomorrow so we didn't want to waste it by being tired. ...
Up late Packed and walked around Kazimierz area, feeling now that we know where we are. Walked as far as the river looking over to the area Podgorze which was a Jewish ghetto. Bought some pastries for breakfast along the way. Poland really has devine pastries and the shops seem to be on every corner!! We take a trip to the nearby salt mine with low expectations. Oh wow. Group tour of 15 lead by a ...
... activities, including smuggling food, clothes, and information to and from the ghetto. Pankiewicz also offered shelter to Jews who were threatened with deportation.
One of the major themes of this trip - or at least a theme that I hold internally - is trying to decipher what I hope to do with the knowledge and experience that I gain from this trip. What do I plan to do with this, especially when we still live in a world full of fighting ...
... round pretzels. They didn't really taste like traditional pretzels but they were still good.
Since we were already in the Old Town section we decided to wander around there first before heading south to the Jewish district. We passed by the Clock Tower in the main square. There is a giant head sculpture on its side right in front of the tower which was both creepy and cool at the same time. The main building just off the square is the Basilica of ...