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... accepted the couch request I wrote, was Oliwia but she wouldn't arrive home before 3 AM, it seemed to be a better plan to get a hostel for one night and meet up with Oliwia the next day. After some shopping, we checked in at hostel Flamingo. Here we had an easy dinner of some bread before we went to bed.
The breakfast in hostel Flamingo was pretty good, we could choose between different kinds of breads, cornflakes and cereals, with chocolate, meat cheese ...
... we felt we could not pass within kilometres of Auschwitz and not go to remember the 1.5 million victims of the Nazi Genocide who died there.
*Auschwitz is made up of 2 main museum areas separated by a couple of kilometres. Auschwitz 1 was formerly a large garrison of the Polish army & was taken over by the Nazis when they invaded Poland. Auschwitz 2 / Birkenau was purpose built by the Nazis ...
... with salmon seared in palm oil and garnished with bean sprouts. She absolutely loved it. we both finished our early dinners and then the waiter reviewed the dessert menu with us. We chose a bananas foster type of dessert, which had a delicious brown sweet sauce and pomegranates on it. After we were finished, he asked us if we wanted to try a drink made from palm. I thought about it for a half a second but then, when he said it tasted just like palm tree, ...
... to Lorena and Jairo about the consensus in Poland on the feelings about Spaniards, they said that the Pollocks do not care at all for Spaniards and treat them like ****. I had wondered about this because I was wearing a Spain shirt all day and was getting ugly looks from everyone who walked by. Am unsure where the bad blood started. When it was obvious that Spain would lose the match, and our pitchers of beer were empty, we left to go on to the next part. ...
... There were very few war time houses. Most building were blocks of flats from the communist time.
We went back to the hotel and they had a walk into the town. It was quite different from home. Willow found a really brilliant shop full of wool,thread and lovely things to sew with. They went into a pretty church.
The rest of the afternoon was spent having massarges, writing and swimming.