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... hard to fathom the fact that at one point all of these items were owned by someone. The other area of the camp where pictures were not allowed was the first crematorium and gas chamber. I can’t really think of words for this.
This was the end of the first half of the tour. We then drove about 5 minutes away to the sight of Auschwitz II – Birkenau. I remember thinking at the first camp that it wasn’t as big as I was expecting, well ...
... Bill realized we could buy the ticket from the machine on the bus, if only we had a coin. Score!! for the girl entering day 3 of caffeine deprivation, in her newest move to beat jet lag.
The bus to Cracow is actually a local, down country roads with plenty of people getting on and off. We were doing our usual out loud wide-eyed wondering where the heck are we and how will we know when we get to our stop (because the central ...
... a bit trite, but he is big in Poland. But that helps us to understand why his visit to his homeland in 1979 had such world shattering impact, and gave the Polish people the motivation and courage to stand up against communist oppression. "You have nothing to fear", he said.
The wartime Jewish ghetto in Lublin was partly within the old town. We see the building where the Jewish administrative council sat, and several other buildings are identified as ...
... We treat animals with more humanity. I left Los Angeles friday morning in fear of what lay ahead. I had no idea of what to expect, and I am not even close to sorting it all out. I toured auschwitz and birkenau (they are not capitalized, nor will they ever be in anything I write) with 200 or high school seniors from los angeles, as well as a handful of cherished new friends that survived the camps. Approximately 200,000 people left auschwitz. ...
... with rations, obviously not as severe as the Jews, but they were prisoners in their own country.
From there we drove back to the Old Town, saw the Barbican, a fortress to guard the Florian gate to the old city, the Slowacki Theater, and more stuff!
When Viktor asked where we wanted to be dropped off, we asked to go to the Galleria Krakowska. We had already figured out it was the location of the only Starbucks in town!! After a tasty rest, I stopped ...