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... within months. There were photos of children and women in the hospital, the woman only weighed 28kg and the 2 year old child looked like a 6 month old baby. We also talked about roll call, every morning a roll call was taken and every evening they expected the exact number back dead or alive. If a prisoner was missing they had to wait until they were found or their corpse was returned to camp, the longest roll call was 19 hours and many ...
... use, exchanged for 2.85 euros at the bank), 1 Lithuanian Centu,61 Polish cents
# of times we did laundry: 4
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 24
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: Auschwitz
... varied in temperatures and the amount of steam coming off them, imbibing of their goodness. One sip was enough for us. We reverted to strolling and perusing and then diverted to one of the posh hotels for a nice quiet alcoholic beverage by the fire. That proved to be just the type of therapy we were after. The next day we travelled to Bozi Dar, a ski resort 28 kilometres and quite a few degrees of altitude higher than Karlovy Vary. We found some snow - finally - in which ...
... and the movies. The sign “Arbeit macht frei" which means "Work liberates." hangs over the gate. A cruel joke. The railroad tracks- the sleeping quarters, the toilets, and then the showers and finally the crematoriums. The guide told the story of a man who continued to wash every day in a puddle of water, and how many would laugh at his attempts to keep clean. He replied- “They can take everything away from me, but I am still a human being, I still have ...
Tour Days 37 - 38:
Today we traveled to somewhere I knew absolutely nothing about: Budapest in Hungary! I knew very little about this former country of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, so it was going to be interesting to learn some new history. And what a terrible history it was. Like many of the countries that fell under Nazi occupation during WWII, Hungary and in particular Budapest suffered through a pretty terrible history, especially the Jewish community. Hungary ...