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... behind our hotel that we would be tackling in the morning.
The path behind the place we were staying lead us up a gently sloping hill to the base of the mountain where we were greeted by close to a 100 people about to embark on the same journey and were waiting in line to purchase tickets to take the cable car to the top of Lomnicky Stit, which according to Wikipedia is one of the steepest in Europe. The first of the two rides was ...
... to be insulted we scheduled another trek, this time to the top of Kasprowy Wierch (1987m).
Again, fog beckoned us towards the mountains. Rain a plenty. On the plus side, at least this time the fog began to slowly let up the higher we climbed. Overtime we were delighted with small snippets of the mountains around us. This proved to be the morale booster we required to encourage us to keep going.
To our surprise and strange delight as we climbed higher the ...
... bus. This camp was built by the prisoners. The earlier buildings were constructed in brick and the later ones in wood as wood was cheaper and quicker to build. This camp was much bigger. They also built larger gas chambers and crematoriums here but these were destroyed by the Germans before they left.
After leaving Auschwitz we traveled back to Krakow to visit Schindler's Factory, part of which is now ...
Took the bus from Kraków to Zakopane and then another bus to the start of the hike. The hike took two hours to reach Morskie Oko aka the Eye of the Sea, which is a big beautiful lake in a valley surrounded by mountains. We hiked 400m vertically, but a total of 10km distance. Then we hiked around ...
... I explore the house to finding a spooky passage way to the basement but don't venture down. Satisfied there is nothing living under the stairs I head up to the second floor for a closer look. Most of the doors are open boasting a spare kitchen, bath/toilet and a few spare rooms. I discover a computer and turn it on in hopes I've received an email from the hostel. The owner is at work- ...