Hotel Fortuna Bis
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... Not sure why, but it may simply be where my “eye” is drawn to these days. So the lines, shapes, contrast between old and new, clouds and blue sky as canvas for the “painting” of the buildings and reflections on glass all grabbed my attention. Spent Saturday and Sunday just relishing the sights, sounds, and odors of the city. The intermittent rain provided a wonderful palette for visual capture.
Paul showed up Sunday evening and after ...
... car or wagon powered by a 2 cylinder, 2 stroke engine that screamed along in a cloud of smoke. It was a terrible car but is now a collectors item, if you can find one and get it to go! The one I saw wasn't going!! Hmmmm, hope this cycling tour is going to better than the start! Yesterday when we booked in here, there was no reservation for Saturday night, strange as we had paid for it. Found the cycling tour office not far away, "don't worry" ...
Today we had the morning off so Gemma, Kat and I went into the Jewish Quarter. We walked around for a while and stopped for lunch but Gemma was very sick from the night before so we headed back and Gemma had a nap. After this we got on the bus and went to the Wieliczka Salt Mines. After descending what felt like 500 steps we arrived ...
... at this actual factory, just a short walk from my hotel. The museum graphically describes Krakow during the war years. The highlight for me was a film which interviewed former employees who talked about their experiences at that time & in particular their dealings with Oscar Schindler, who became a saviour really, eventually putting his own life in danger ...
There is only one thing worse than Auschwitz itself and that the world forgets there was such a place.....
Today was a have to destination- I set out thinking it would be a tough day, but something I would be a better person for doing, never to now just how hard it would be.
The drive was quite interesting, although the terrain is similar to Germany the standard of living was lower and the housing simpler. During ...