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... rules, oppression and horrible treatment. Schindler's factory and his efforts was only like 10% of the museum. The exhibits were really good and by the time I completed the exhibit I was tired and realized that like 5 hours had passed. No time for the Museum of Contemporary Art, but I was OK with that. I walked along the river back to the main square for dinner. Had a lovely meal, but too much. 3 pieces of meat, 3 types of potatoes...that is the meat and potatoes I remember growing ...
... but God Bless. Gas was cleared by guys holding flames on long sticks which seems really dangerous and the work was all manual. We see the barrels that were filled with salt and transported to the surface by horse drawn wagons. What a good outing. We are back in Kazimierz where we have another delicious market bread-pizza for lunch before collecting our bags and taking a cab (11 zlt) to the ...
... now boasts many tributes to ardent anti-Communists.
We had supper in a typical working class restaurant complete with plastic ivy vines, 1960’s chandeliers, wooden statue of Lenin and disco lights. We found ourselves in the middle of a lively wedding reception with a live band playing Polish music! Within minutes, MC. and I were asked to dance by the locals! Hopefully we burnt a few calories after many perogies and delicious ...
... off the main highways as there was more to see. I actually saw some wildlife. There were deer everywhere and different types of deer. I don't know what exactly they were. I kept an eye out from bears or wolves but didn't see any and we past many ski resorts. One thing I've noticed about Europe is they like to put houses right on the road.
At 2pm we crossed into Poland. Kez have us an information session in Poland and Krakow.
Poland's border with Russia is the ...
... of the trains - but these two were also full. FOL? I think so. We ended up sitting at the junction between carriages, right next to the toilet, which absolutely stank and the noise coming from the train was even worse. It couldn't even be drowned out with ipod on full - yes, that bad. About two hours in, we managed to get some seats in a carriage which to our knowledge, did not need a reservation- OH HOW WE WERE WRONG. We ...