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... stop at Rezumberok is brief as it is quickly apparent that it's not the picturesque town I was hoping for. We chase the setting sun west along the Vah river valley but lose it at Zilina and head south to Făckov in darkness. The small gravel car park just off the 64 south of Rajec that we call home for the night turns out to be quite popular with truckers at about 8am the next day. This doesn't sound like an unreasonable time to be woken, but ...
... hostel and find another, cheaper one in Krakow. This hostel had been one of our more expensive but because of the free food we had been able to justify it. For the next few days however we would be enjoying some birthday treats and wouldn't be able to make the free dinners. After settling in at our new hostel we headed out to wander around the Jewish District and visit the local flea market. We then climbed back up to the castle to wander around now that we weren't so cold and ...
... trash is another mans treasure thinking.. After getting our fill of old time, we headed off northbound..The back end of Slovakia was a mix of old and new and obvious 'haves' and 'have not's'.. In amongst new building's with people driving Audi's there were complete run down buildings, with people living in squaller, in makeshift shanty towns.. We continued on to the Mountains and figured we would stop at a quaint town ...
... not dismantled prior to the liberation of the camp and has been very well preserved. The buildings have been converted into a museum which has hundreds of displays that tell the story of how prisoners arrived, lived, and how they died at the camp. Below is an overview of the stories we herd on our visit. This is definitely does not provide enough information to express the horrors that happened at Auschwitz, but it will provide more information about the ...
... to krakow, not booking the express train adding another hour or so to our journey. Although we got a booth to ourselves. We arrived at half past four and the sun was almost gone. By the time we checked in it was pitch black so we went to explore krakow old town at night. We set off to the main square. It was very impressive and was huge. It was very similar to prague in a larger scale. It is one of the largest main squares in the world being 200 by 200. It was difficult to see ...