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- Continental Breakfast
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... the cold weather we ventured out to have a look around. It was so cold we wore several layers plus jackets as well as hats to keep our ears warm. The market square was large and filled perhaps half with tourists and half with locals. There were a few people scattered around sitting in the various outdoor bars and eateries huddled next to heaters or under the bright coloured blankets which most establishments supplied in the hope of enticing customers to ...
... the 'shed' of terminal 2. First impressions of the city was we (an Aussie backpacker on the bus) and myself was that it felt very German as we made out way through the shopping mall towards ours hostels.
So on check-in I confirmed with the staff when is best to visit Auschwitz, it needs to happen but I was not 'looking forward' to it you could say. We decided, it was not to be done hungover so after a Friday or Saturday night was ...
... worked perfectly, as they closed the doors for an hour long lock in and they started the timer, busabout people had the bar covered and the pandemonium started and drinks were up for grabs we would pass back drink after drink, shot after shot to our buddies and just wreak havoc on the bar! The onslaught lasted 15 minutes of non stop passing plastic cups of beer, drinking and shots, weak watered down shots of course not like our starting course.
After the initial ...
... below ground and found rock salt. We walked down as far as 125m and were stunned by the rock engravings on the way. The highlight was the central church with its frescoes all carved in the salt walls and with its crystal salt chandeliers. Unreal. These were done by 3 artists, mainly in 19th century. There are many chapels underground as the miners are very religious. The general greeting is ...
Started the day with a great brunch in Kazimierz with Marketta. After that, we went to a boat (sort of a barge) that has a pool on it. We hung out there for a few hours. After that we bought some stuff to make Bellinis on the balcony in time for Piritta to come home from work. In the evening, we met up with another ...