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The subsequent passageways and chambers of this route evolve into an incredible story about people and the power of nature which fashioned these salt deposits so many millions of years back.
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... t want to presume. The dog was nestled in her crossed legs, with the rat nuzzling dog and owner alike. Almost Djang reincarnated.
After a Polish mead in a café we find a jazz bar, where we stay until 1:30am before returning home.
We awake the next day to cars zooming incredibly fast down a 2-way street that has cars parked on both sides. We are preparing to leave when I look outside to see 2 cop cars and at least 5 ...
... turning their back on what was going on.
As the Ghetto became overcrowded, the Nazis began to thin out of the ghetto. If a family member was given permission to stay, all fof the family members could stay. Those that were required to leave were brought to the center square to wait for deportation. They were allowed to take 25 lbs of belongings with them.
Final days of liquidation, no children under 14 could go. People started to hide their children in suitcases. The ...
... hostel (30people) sitting around the table having beers.......needless to say we felt guilty and joined in. We went out and stuck with Tom as he was also not in the mood for a big night so we were all back in bed by 12..very responsible.
Today (1st July) was our last full day in the City of Krakow before we board the 10pm overnight train to Prague (wheeew) only heard good things. For our last day we have just wandered with Tom through the city looking at some of ...
... areas where her uncles had been housed before being shot at the wall of death. inside the buildings that used to house thousands of Jews there were many photographs, drawings and reconstructions that told the story of whist happened here but what got to me most was seeing certain items that had been taken of the Jews when they were at the camp. most Jews were told they could start a new life here so had with them there most valuable posses ...