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... the day they died. Most lasted a few weeks at best. There was also the Wall of Death where prisoners would be taken to be shot in the back of the head 10 at a time. At times, families would be executed together, first the children would be shot, then the wife and finally the husband so as to inflict as much horror as possible. The tour lasted a couple hours and there was so much information that this blog does not have the space to write about.
Then we went ...
... and bread. Dessert was good ! This evening after checking in to our hotel, Miroslav, will take us to his favourite restaurant off the beaten track for a Polish dinner. Tomorrow we have a 3-hour tour of Cracow with a local guide. Some free time and then we visit the salt ...
... brains aren't capable of comprehending the enormity of what happened because, as we walked around and tried to imagine it all, we just couldn't. It didn't seem real. I've been bought to tears by so many of the terrible stories that occurred at Auschwitz, but somehow didn't shed a single tear while we were actually there. How is that?? The closest I came was when we walked into a room where they store all the hair. 7000 kgs of hair cut from the heads of ...
... place you are, so the information they provide is only on their tours.
Our guide was a Latvian guy with a long beard called Phillip, also in our group were some Welsh, Irish, English and French people, a very different mix than we had had previously, not one American. The Welsh couple were a little odd and they spoke Welsh to each other (not surprising) and Mea told me she thought Welsh was a funny language, I have to admit it does sound a bit ...
... we decided to fly to Berlin that night. For $138US it seemed to only make sense rather than spending 18hours on an overnight train.
With some close friends to catch up with including Sonja (Munster) and David (Cologne) in Germany, my trip of Europe for the time being was slowly coming to an end. Poland would be the final 'new’ country I would venture to until Africa, number 47 with hopefully many more in the years to ...