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- Continental Breakfast
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... the path allows it, we run. We run from obstacle to obstacle and crossing to crossing; meanwhile, the stream is growing in force as tributaries join and it is becoming a torrent.
We are well-prepared for a daytime hike with good boots, extra thermal and waterproof layers, food, water and chocolate bars. We are totally unprepared to spend a night on the mountain.
Dusk comes very quickly in this narrow, high-walled gorge and ...
... From Dina " Standing in a place where hundreds of thousand men, women and children were brought almost soley to be put in a room with no exit saddens and sickens me"
After leaving we were then taken to Birkenau, just a few miles away which as our guide put it, you did not leave.
This place is massive. We could not believe the immense size of it. Many of the buildings were burned and so only brick parts are left although they have reconstructed some parts. We walked ...
... hanging wooden posts And down to basement of buildings and being crowded into small places Where people were starved or executed, Walking on worn steps Where millions of feet have trod And touching the wooden doors of small, dark prison cells where People stood four in a room with only enough space to stand day after day, night after night, until they died And looking through the peep hole of time I can not take it in... Three hours of my time for 6million ...
... also practical things but it was all taken of them as they arrived at the camp on the trains. Most pregnant woman, children and disabled were sent straight to the gas chambers they were not even recorded as arriving at Auschwitz. so after gassing and before there bodies were cremated the Germans cut there here of which was then packaged and sent to Germany where it was used to make garments and used as stuffing for mattresses. there is a room ...
... been taken as a prisoner for feeding some of the Polish people day old bread from his bakery, he was 21, he survived but weighed less than 66 pound in weight, he died at the age of 42, on his death bed he asked Christine our guide to work at the Camp and help educate people so it may never happen again, she has worked there for 38 years. I couldn't take photos of the Crematorium or ...