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... I have actually seen more Ireland than him!!! haha. Although Ireland has seen it's share of Troubles as well over the past causing many Irish not to venture into the North.
The tour started with a 400 step journey down into the mine. We only went as far as 135 metres in depth. The entire mine is located on 9 levels to a depth of over 300 metres below ground surface. There is a labryrinth of almost 2400 corridors. We walked about ...
... saved so many Jews.
On our way back we stopped to looked at some of the original walls of the Ghetto that are still standing today.
As I mentioned before the Krakow Jewish Festival was going and we had tickets to a 7pm concert, so we grabbed a quick dinner and headed over to the Tempel Synagogue which is next to a very vibrant JCC. We were going to a concert of a group of musicians playing klezmer, funk music. They were Frank London and ...
... some 'Gold' then returned home to make some *************s about packing.
And it was hear in Poland we have to say goodbye to a few items, including Op Shop sweaters, a Shirt, some underwear and a pair of trackies. We will miss you.
However, our packs are lighter and with more things to pick up in London, we are more confident about making the trip home with all the important goodies !
Our final day consisted of another ...
As soon as I arrive in Krakow at 6.40am and drop of my things I jump on the train to the huge Salt mine. We go down around 350 steps to explore 3k of tunnels, which is just 1% of the total mine. There are a number of underground chapels the largest of which was being used. It was eery as mass was being delivered in Polish in an large white underground cave carved out of salt in ...
... tasty and plentiful food. We are looking forward to seeing them in the future either in Michigan or back in Poland.
This is not a place anyone really wants to go on a sunny September afternoon but what happened there is such a tragic part of human history, it is necessary to bear witness to the crimes that killed so many innocent people. The tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau lasts about 3 hours and is gut ...