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The tour is done in quick pace because of the great demand of visiting.
There are spots where you wish to remain a bit longer and suddenly you notice that the group has already moved ahead and you miss what the Guide is talking about.
Unfortunately when this happens it feels as if you are watching all ...
... t want to presume. The dog was nestled in her crossed legs, with the rat nuzzling dog and owner alike. Almost Djang reincarnated.
After a Polish mead in a café we find a jazz bar, where we stay until 1:30am before returning home.
We awake the next day to cars zooming incredibly fast down a 2-way street that has cars parked on both sides. We are preparing to leave when I look outside to see 2 cop cars and at least 5 ...
... took a boat ride on the Vistula and met a nice couple from Bristol, England. They also had an 8 year courtship and were planning their wedding.
Our B&B hostess, Magda was a real sweetheart. She works so ******* the B&B and is raising 2 sons alone AND she has started booking rock concerts. She's amazing and we had long hugs goodbye. I think we did our ambassador duties well here because she said most younger ...
Sunday July 6th
*If Wroclaw is a hidden gem, Krakow is a dazzling jewel. A Unesco World Heritage Site since 1978 and justifiably so. Krakow, renowned in European history, famous in more modern times for Helena Rubenstein ( she was born & grew up here ) Pope John Paul 2 ( worked here as a priest and Archbishop ) & of course the filming of Steven Spielberg’s film ‘ Schindler’s List’.
... accompany this post. I will also explain each picture with the caption under it. Prior to arriving at Auschwitz, many people were told they were being transported to a new city to begin a new life. They were told to pack only their most valuable belongings as they would not be coming back to their home and were limited to only bringing 22 kilograms (about 50 pounds). They were then packed into cattle cars and taken by rail to Auschwitz. When they arrived, a ...