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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stopping at yet more churches. It's little wonder Warsaw's churches are plain - there was nothing left after decking out Krakow's! We watched a demonic statue come to life and repeatedly scare passers-by on the edge of the square before continuing to Florian's Gate, the main entrance to the old town. Tea tonight was more typical Polish fare, recommended by our host. David had bigos - chopped Polish sausage and pork served in a "bread bowl", which turned out to be a hollowed out loaf ...
This is a tough one to write. You all know the story of the Nazi concentration camps. We took a one hour tour bus ride from Krakow to the site of Auschwitz to see for ourselves. We learned that Auschwitz had been constructed in 1941 as a military compound, not a prison. Auschwitz II or Birkenau, was ...
... every 20 feet or so. The chairs represent the emptiness now. Roman Polanski, film director, was one of the survivors of the ghetto, he was 8 years old.
Next we visited Wawel Hill with its cathedral, chapels and gardens. Pope Jean Paul was the Archbishop there before becoming pope. Polish people are very proud and excited because he will be canonized this coming Sunday, April 27th. After some free time in Cracow's ...
Today we were up early and on a bus as we were headed out to Auschwitz to visit the concentration camp. There are two camps in Auschwitz the original site, which now has a museum intertwined through it, and the second site which Hitler ordered to be built as the first site became to small. Needless to say the second is huge!
We started at the first camp with a guided tour through the museum and buildings. The museum is built in and around the buildings in ...
Yesterday we took the train to Krakow, and today we got to explore the city. Got to see the river, Wawel hill, and some traditional Polish dancing in the main city square. For the entire evening we spent time in the Jewish community, it's the only significant one left in Eastern Europe! We got to eat some amazing Jewish food and hear some live Klezmer which was so much ...