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The Hotel Polonia is in a fantastic position, but very noisy, with tram turning beside it. We did seem to get used to it and our second night we slept better.
The breakfast in the morning was great, especially the crepes with home made preserves!
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We had a few things planned for our last day, but we had our first real day of heavy rain, which upset most of our plans! To start with, we intended to go to the top of the Mound which overlooks the city before we checked out, but the Hop-on, hop-off bus didn't come. So we went back to the hotel and checked out, leaving our luggage in storage. We …
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After everything we ate they still wanted to send us home with more food. Thank you, but no thank you.
Plans to meet up tomorrow were made so we are all very happy and looking forward to what tomorrow brings.
To start the day both Carmen and Danita decided, because they could, that they would indulge in having Pierogi for breakfast. And they did just that. Same place we ate at on our first night in Poland.
The plans were to meet ...
... with a handful of Jewish cemeteries, synagogues, and restaurants. We walked through the area, in between rain drops, with a local guide who shared the history. Before WW II, one-third of Krakow's population was Jewish. When the Nazis took over they were first restricted to their section of Kazimerz, then moved across the River into a ghetto. The third Reich's goal was to eliminate all Polish Jews and they were very successful. At the beginning ...
... hair (cut from the prisoners as they entered the camp).One girl left the room crying. It’s difficult to know how you should feel or even react, witnessing something like that. When I scanned the room of those remaining (part curiosity, part not wanting to continue looking at pigtails and plaits) I saw only blank, expressionless faces. When you see somebody crying you kind of feel a sense of guilt for not sharing in that reaction. The Trust educator assigned to our ...
... there was very beautiful, and inside contained the tombs of many of the Polish kings. Down below the castle was a cool statue of the Kraków dragon, which legends say used to live in a cave under the castle. In the afternoon I went to the Oskar Schindler Factory Museum, which was really incredible. It had so much information on life in Kraków during the nazi occupation, so much details, personal accounts etc, a very good museum! I think I ...