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... toward Germany, many on foot and then set fire to the camp. Anything wooden was burnt so what remains is the brick buildings (women's quarters) and the chimneys from all the other quarters. We make our way back to Krakow in silence. Late lunch is at the local market - a french baguette with salami, mushroom, cheese, and peppers toasted with BBQ sauce!! 10zlt. We wander into the Town Square and because it's a public ...
... plenty of pot plants to hide it in if it showed up in our "trough" but it wasn't included. After that large, hot lunch we made it back to our hotel room and crashed for the afternoon. Big night planned, we're going to a concert! And we did go to a Golden Classical Music Concert in St. Peter & Paul's Church performed by the Cracow Chamber Orchestra, it was very good. The orchestra featured 3 violinists, 1 cello, 1 double bass, ...
... excited even though our objective was to visit Auschwitz, or Oswiecim in Polish. When we arrived we stowed our baggage at the train station and started wandering. We had neither a map or even the vaguest idea about Cracow. It was too early for anything to be open so we found the main square and hung out there until they did. We decided to find something and on the way ran into one of our classmates. He and some others had spent the better part ...
... even after a short description of the first bar, that the beer in Krakow & in Poland for that matter are sensational. There are many different types all bursting with rich flavour, no coronas or VB here!!!
The night was spent going from place to place, drinking & talking travel with Chris who had visited a lot of the places in eastern Europe that interested us. Eventually we called it a night.
The next morning we were up early due to the creaky beds, ...
... named. I had seen a square nearby just before we were dropped off, so we headed in that direction. We went to the main road and asked a local girl where the street was, and she told us it was the second street ahead. We went there and waited by the corner (we could see no square nearby). Dan could see some hotels on the adjacent street across the road, so he ran across to see if they had any vacancies, because we were angry about being messed around. He came back and ...