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... I would be walking the same paths that many people did during World War II.
The tour guide was really quite good at giving us information. The whole time we were in the camp, I felt as thought it must be a dream, there is no way that something this horrible could have happened, and there is no way I could be there walking around it.
It was a lot to process. We learned about how they were checked in when they first arrived at the camp. We walked by displays ...
... that we would like whoever is free on Saturday to join us for coffee and cake or......whatever.
Do you know what, just about everyone turned up so we were absolutely thrilled.
And yes, everyone had 'whatever'. No coffee or cake.
Us girls decided to enjoy a last serve of Pierogi.
The family chose the venue as we were clueless.
While saying our goodbyes we heard a loud noise coming from downstairs. It was a birthday party and they were singing 'Stolat' a ...
... in a week and I have been craving it so badly. Here they have tea with every meal and sometimes serve instant coffee with breakfast. I don't mind tea but I won't touch instant coffee with a ten foot pole. Tonight I might go to the polish dance workshop, so that should be interesting since I can dance to save my life. Probably won't be posting any pictures of that to save my self from the ...
... death. The Nazis would trick them into believing they were going to shower and then lock hundreds of people in and gas them until they suffocated. Overall, my experiences there were eye opening. At the end of the tour our guide reminded us that at any moment this could happen again, considering it was only 70 years ago. He also reminded us to value the life we have and not to be bothered by our so-called "problems". I definitely appreciate having had this opportunity and ...
... Castle grounds then head to the Old Town square. Here we also visited places we only saw on the tour, and went inside Cloth Hall and St. Mary's church. Our day concluded with another cheap meal; yes, I had more perogies. By this time it was late enough that we had to organize for our departure. The man running the apartments was awesome and let us keep the room all day since we were catching the night ...