Hotel Fortuna Bis
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... Mother you would have been in heaven! We did some wandering and saw the Krakow castle, it was a bustling Sunday afternoon with the sun out and about. As we made our way back to the hostel we stopped to watch some kids performing on the stage set up doing Polish dancing. They were awesome and even did the low to the ground kicks. The music cut out with 30 seconds to go so the crowd clapped them in being the music for them until their routine was up. We also saw a ...
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... a night time walking tour just around some of the main sights then it was time for dinner. Shaun and I got Moaburger for dinner which is a NZ burger place it was a bit like burgerfuel and the burgers were seriously massive! You could even buy beer there so of course we had a burger and beer for dinner. The next day was a free day so we started the day by going to Oskar schindlers factory which is where 1200 Jews were saved ...
... we arrived in Krakow. The morning brought an exciting eastern European city complete with castles, walls, cathedrals, a beautiful winding river and the largest medieval market square in Europe. Walking around the city was fascinating. We enjoyed great Polish cuisine while listening and watching traditional Polish folk dancing. I couldn't get enough ...
... this building, a courtyard to the left where thousands were lined up and executed by firing squad. Outside the camp, we also walked through a make shift gas chamber, formerly an ammunition bunker. Here, thousands were murdered in mass, their bodies burned thereafter in furnaces.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau camp was more the layout I expected, and perhaps what we see on movies and documentaries. Still, the sheer size of it is amazing. It stretches as far as ...