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... last name. Not an overly common name in Poland, I suspect that these are distant relatives and I want to learn more.
I join the 10:30 am tour but find the guide lacks little more information than I can read on the adjacent placards. We head to Birkenau where the tour is cut short due to the heat. With a brief explanation of the site, the rail line and cattle car and the separation process we off to explore on our own.
This is where the majority of the exterminations ...
... with really loud Middle Eastern music on his mom's phone with no headphones. We had dinner and breakfast on the flight. The cheese was from Oregon, not Switzerland, which I was mad about. However, the brownie with dinner was delicious with a caramel swirl. And they came around with a basket of mini chocolate bars after dinner! Breakfast was just yogurt and a croissant.
We landed in Zurich slightly before 6 AM local time. I ...
It's a Christmas Miracle! I am sitting down to write one more blog post before the Holidays. It will be short and sweet but I wanted to share how wonderful it has been to have Noelle Mietus here in Poland with me.
So my traveling has begun and I arrived in Krakow, Poland on Friday to the happiest face I could’ve seen. It was like out of a movie but instead of your love standing at the bus stop waiting for you it was your best friend. I ...
... had a balcony overlooking a courtyard. Most of the group were keen to visit the Salt mines and they left on a tour around 1.30. It was a beautiful warm sunny day and Grant was reluctant to go, so reluctantly I agreed to also pass on the Salt mine tour. We decided to find some city tours ourselves, and I sulked around behind Grant until we found a golf cart tour of the old City. These were a dime a dozen, with young sales people ...
... places, tunnels got to be long and narrow, with low ceilings. We only covered about 1% of the tunnels and we were down there for over 2 hours. I learned that the word, "salary," comes from this salt mine because miners who worked there were mostly paid in salt, as it was very valuable in those days. They had horses working down there in the mines, too. It was too much of a hassle to bring them up and down everyday so they built stables down there and just kept them there all ...