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Travel Blogs from Milowka
This morning I found the reception lady to pay what I owed (4 euros), and then took off to Zilina, the first stop of the day. There I finally found a Slovakian cantina and had duck breast for 5 euros. I did a bit of shopping there, buying baby wipes to be prepared for a night of wild camping in the mountains, and took the road of Cadca. Right after exiting Zilina it started raining, eventually stopped, ...
... must be in a group with a tour guide. There are English-speaking tours every few hours, do we joined Michael, our guide, for the 11am tour.
it is not for the unfit. Apart from the steep sloping paved paths and courtyards, Michael tells us at the end of the tour that we have climbed and descended 663 steps on our visit.
The castle ...
... And Sidonia spoke about what it was like to live in a barrack, standing next to a bed she could have slept in. We then went to the gas chamber and crematoria that Jack's sister perished in and laid a wreath and said the Mourner’s Kaddish and El Molle Rachamim in her memory.
We are now back in our hotel in Krakow, getting ready for bed and ...
... on (a few of the exhibits did not seem to fit and some were potentially packed full of too much information). That being said, the narrative of this exhibit was tremendous. Suprisingly, the focus of the exhibit was more on the chronology of occupied Poland. This history clearly reflected not only the plights of the average Poles, but also the Jews. Surprisingly, other than a film and a few rooms, there was very little on the ...
... Going to the right indicated that you were now a worker for the Third Reich and you would be sentence to shocking living conditions, practically starved to death and made to work eleven to twelve hours of back breaking work each day. You also had to live in filthy camp houses that had either straw or wooden bunk beds to sleep in. Each individual bunk bed would house six or seven people and you were not allowed to go to the toilet unless it was a designated toilet break. ...
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