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... the world. It also had many chapels, all with elaborate carvings hanging over the altars. 1330 and we are back on the bus heading for Eger. Certainly worth a stop if passing through Levoca. After lunch, we soon turned onto a very narrow mountain road and began to climb. the road hardly seemed wide enough for the bus let alone any other car we might meet. We arrived in the lovely town of Eger around ...
... with diseased water and minimal food. No way. It is a miracle anyone survived at all.
There is nothing about Auschwitz that can comfort you. Where ever you turn within the barb-wire perimeter you are are confronted with something worse than before. Words will never been able to describe what happened at Auschwitz nor will I ever be able to begin to comprehend just how horrific it really was.
To visit Auschwitz is an experience I will never forget. ...
... 380 steps to Level 1 of the mine at 65 metres (there are 9 levels, but we only went as far as Level 3, 135 metres, and we walked 1% of the 250km of tunnels). Each tunnel and many of the chambers are reinforced with logs, so there is an enormous amount of wood down there, as well as 5 chapels (the largest one still used for a service every Sunday), a banquet room, restaurant and various salt water pools. A fascinating tour of ...
POLAND FINAL THOUGHT
If I had listed the countries from top to bottom that I was not looking forward to visiting then you could put Poland smack down at the bottom. Now, after experiencing this area, if I were to rate countries that blew away ...
... we were taken out into the snow and led under the large sign that read, 'Albeit Mach Frei' — work makes you free. If felt strange, returning to Auschwitz in the snow. It was...right. More realistic. It was easier to imagine standing with bare feet in the snow for 11 hours during roll-call (while the SS officers would sit snugly in a socially made box). We visited various exhibitions, including suffocation cells, the 'hospital', the SS ...