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... the end of the war, it was found in American occupied territory and was handed back to the Polish people. The altar has over 200 figures in it and the sculptor asked the towns people to model the different parts for him. He copied the people exactly, ailments and all, except for Mary, as she was to have no flaws. Upon leaving the church, Jo and I decided to stay in the square to have a look around and have a drink. We then went back to the hotel for ...
... this quite lovely coffee / tea house on the hill. It was literally a small cup of melted chocolate - nothing else! Chocolate lover that I am, I still could not drink it all and switched to my old stand by, English Breakfast Tea. We left the hill and made our way to St. Francis Basilica, a beautiful Gothic Church which was the home church of John Paul II when he was Bishop of Kraków. This is a must do stop while in Kraków as the art work is stunning. Flanking ...
... be a perfect example of Gothic architecture in Poland. Sure. My observations of Krakow so far... Tourist areas are lovely, but once you get a street or two away, it can get dodgy pretty quickly. Poles love to drink (and smoke, smoke, smoke). A bottle picker's heaven in the morning. It's hard to find places to buy water, but booze is everywhere. Interesting surprises on the ground, ( I don't want ...
... 8217; stories? Who will teach the world? How had I affected my kids by allowing them to travel here? Lenny finds the monument for Kielce and he lights a candle and we say Kaddish. It clearly is not enough.
Wednesday morning we go to Majdanek. This is a slave labor camp that only “happens” to have a death factory. It covers a large expanse and it has many barracks and facilities that are intact. Here we get our first look at a functional gas ...
... end of the train and when the train arrived, we were very far away from it. The train was well signed initially regarding its carriage numbers so we briskly jogged with our luggage towards our carriage, following the appearingly descending order of carriage numbers, however, as we got towards the end of the platform, carriage 355 was nowhere to be found - the numbers had skipped it - so we decided to get on the train and sort it out once we were on board, thinking the train ...