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... painting. Just about six feet from the rope barrier. No photos were allowed. We also toured the Palace's collection of armaments, it was very interesting to see Turkish saddles from centuries ago. There was also a very impressive collection of swords, pikes, daggers and other implements of war, enough to make the prop folks at "Game of Thrones" quite green with envy.
Tim and I booked a tour to Auschwitz/Birkenau for Wednesday. Anna had visited ...
... at the stores and do some shopping. But I just wish I had my shopping buddy...mom! Oh and by the way Jen- the Chinese restaurant that is in our dorm is no longer in business. Either the Chinese people running it didn't like Poland or I'm guessing there wasn't a popular demand for Chinese food here. Haha. Tomorrow is going to be an interesting and I'm sure very emotional day, we are visiting Aushwitz-Birkenau. I will let you all know how it ...
This was a big day. Our first activity was to leave Olomouc and drive to Auschwitz. On the way Amy explained some of the history of eastern Europe, the influence of communism and fascism before we went for lunch at a pizza place nearby. On arrival at Auschwitz we walked through the yards and buildings where the inmates lived. Most buildings had rooms, which had been ...
... to be first in line to board the double decker bus, thus earning us the right to the front seats. We had a nice view of the icy roads.
We arrived in Krakow around 1 pm. We were surprised that we still made it on time because the driving conditions were awful. Thankfully the driver knew what he was doing and there were no scary moments. Our hostel was a short 30 minute walk from the main bus station.
After waiting for a little bit of time to check in ...
December 2013-January 2014
I just returned from Poland- specifically Krakow! What an experience!
Truthfully, I had no idea what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. In Poland the churches are full, the people seem happy and it is overflowing with history.
Put Poland at the TOP of your bucket list. I spent most of my time in Krakow (which I quickly learned is pronounced KrakoV by the locals) and the surrounding area. Blessed Pope ...