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... and then I was so embarrassed I got all confused and can't even remember what I said to her.
She just laughed it off but I felt like such a fool. The girls did well, not like their silly Mother.
Paul did mention when we arrived home tonight that it was lucky I did not say to her "I Love You"
as I have been known to do to 2 total strangers before!
We were made extremely welcome as the Polish people are extremely hospitable and within minutes she had served us up ...
... in 1335, was formerly an independent community with its own defensive walls. Jews & Christians lived side by side. Over the centuries it became the largest & most important Jewish centre in all of Poland. During World War 2 this place of refuge for Jews from all over Europe became the scene of brutal persecution.
* SG got her statistics wrong the other day with reference to Wroclaw. It was Krakow where 65000 Jews lived before the outbreak of war in ...
... 5 hours earlier ( maybe slight exaggeration) needed usually. What was incredible was the efficiency at Krakow. We landed at 2 pm and baring in mind passport control , we had one case in baggage hold and taxi was 25 mins - we were still in and in our apartment at 3 pm !!!!! Apartment is in Old town 10 mins walk to main market square. We have a lounge kitchenette bedroom ...
... She was passionate about telling the story of the holocaust and educating people to ensure it was neither forgotten nor repeated.
In this part of the tour we went into different buildings and learnt of their purpose. They had either been restored to their original state or converted into museum rooms to house artifacts. The sheer number of people involved is shown by displays of shoes, luggage, glasses and artificial ...
... was salt! the floor,the walls to roof...everything.We were allowed to lick the walls (eek) as salt has the germ killing ability (one I did not trust). The tour took 3 hours and again Will was fantasic! His attention was kept and there was lots to see and discover. Underground churches (miners pray for safety) ,huge salt sculptures, a ballroom, restaurant, kids play area , souvenir shop ALL ...