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... a tour group to control visitor flow. Even in frigid late October, there are still that many people visiting the camp each day, which surprised me. But once we boarded the bus, I attempted to prepare myself for what we were about to experience, and put myself in a contemplative state of mind. However, it proved difficult once the bus driver chose a blaring 80s radio station, and we found ourselves driving down the highway to "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." It was ...
... 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 ...
... but it turned out to be a whole lot of heavy metal fans singing karaoke. I’m a crowd pleaser, but I wanted to try something a bit different. I sang Lady Gaga – Alejandro, putting my own heavy metal spin on it. The drunken heavy metal fans started requesting Telephone, but my show was over.
Next evening after the sobering experience of visiting the Auschwitz concentration camp, I was looking forward to a big night. After many vodka shots ...
... but also in other cities (for example Bratislava) and it works like the first door – when it falls, it traps inside the attacking troops so the archers can keep them easily from the towers.
After a few stories about some wars we started walking to the Jagiellonian University that is one of the oldest in Poland and home of some big figures like Copernicus or the Pope John Paul II. We believe itīs important to make a special note about John Paul II. because ...
... to Krakow we decided to have lunch and we were finally able to speak about what we had seen and how it made us feel: a very necessary part of the experience to be able to articulate and share the horror we felt.
But life goes on, and we spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying the old market square where there was quite a festive feel with many more people and many stalls dedicated to ...