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... I could check in and went to wait at the gate. It was very busy at
this small airport. Everyone was able to board at the same time, but
that was because you go from the gate to a bus that takes you to the
plane. So there was no boarding by row or class, you just got on.
flight was about 2 hours and we got a sandwich and a cookie. I saved
my sandwich and ate it when ...
... day, it was simply and informatively called Vodka Bar and that was exactly why we were going there. Ordering was easy as we already knew we were after the taster and for the next hour or so we delighted in trying everything from hazelnut and quince right through to espresso flavoured Vodkas.Our action packed day done it was the perfect night cap and with a farewell to our new friend we made our way home to fall into bed.
Morning came around much sooner ...
... all night before 11 hours of hard labour the next day on 900 calories. Most people died of starvation here. The next most common causes were exhaustion and illness. Most people only survived about four months. Basically, people brought to Auschwitz were separated onto two groups. First those who were to be exterminated - they usually were killed within two hours of arriving at the camp and were mostly Jews. There were also large numbers of gypsies and Russian ...
... It probably wasn’t very good for them never getting fresh air but some of the horses are still alive and well. They retired them in 1996, when the mine stopped operating and mining salt. Now it’s just a museum.
The highlight of the salt mines was a gigantic cathedral at the bottom, all carved out of rock salt. There were huge rock salt crystal chandeliers and beautiful, intricate carvings on all the walls. It was very impressive. Of course, we ...
... be a vacation, but a pilgrimage to grow closer to God and see how He yearns to be closer with us.
On the bus there and throughout the week, we watched movies that would help us learn more about what we were seeing and about Bl. Pope John Paul II and his life growing up in Poland. Finally we reached Czestochowa, at about 5:30, where the icon of the Black Madonna is kept. She is a patron of Poland and stands for Poland's freedom. There are several miracles ...