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... everyone could see.
I got to see the gas chambers and crematorium. It was so surreal, that not even 70 years ago there would have been prisoners that were deemed unfit taken there and murdered. I was walking in the same place as they did except I could get out.
We moved onto the second part of the camp. That was where all the barracks and the majority of the murders happened. Men were on one side of the camp, and women and children were on the other. The train ...
... ruins after the Nazis attempted to destroy the evidence of them.
We arrived at the hostel in Krakow where we shared a room with Emma, Lauren, Kat and Victoria (on the third floor with no elevator might I add). To cheer us up after a depressing day we met later at the bar and had a vodka tasting. We then went for dinner where Gemma and I had chicken noodle ...
... they had kindly cut off the power for our visit! Now this will be the only funny comment about this entry. Many of the exhibits were seen through glass protective screens so some of the pics are of less than desirable quality. In addition, photographs were not permitted in several area of the museum, by respect for the victims. The pictures speak for themselves but I will include some captions. It was a quite an experience. Then, back on the bus for a 10 ...
... be sharing a room with 3 other strangers who could be male or female. I was a little worried about the whole thing but at $15 per night I couldn't really complain as long as I made it out alive. To my surprise the hostel was very nice, it was clean, well decorated and the environment was so welcoming that I felt like I was in my freshman dorm all over again. They told us that we would have free breakfast and dinner and could grab snacks from the kitchen as we pleased, what ...
... to be desired…the rooms and art were wonderful, but there was little to describe what you were seeing, so we felt ourselves lacking some context. Walking around the grounds on the other hand and exploring the cathedral was a real treat.
We also spent an afternoon exploring Kazimierz, the old Jewish city that was originally its own town and is now incorporated into Krakow. To be clear, this was the pre-Nazi/pre-ghetto part ...