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... some of the largest (and very grand) chambers. After spotting a small jetty, we were hoping for a boat trip on the underground lake, but were told this had been shut down, after a tourist died when a boat capsized. We had a brief lunch after the tour and visited the multimedia centre before being guided a different way out of the tunnels, towards the town's main square.
We walked towards the small train station, and discovered a little festival taking place, of ...
... of Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel's Independence day, in Jerusalem.
The Los Angeles Bureau of Jewish Education is the general organizer of the Los Angeles delegation comprised of about 200 high school seniors, along with several survivors, and committed and talented staff. Standing shoulder to shoulder, wrapped in Israeli flags, they met others from all over the world, making instant friends as they traded pins, ...
Enjoyed a nightlife and a whole day in Krakow, Poland. Took a free historical walking tour of the medieval town, scoured for street art, bought souvenir at the night market, and finally enjoyed Polish food!
I was wondering how Mel, our guide would deal and shift the mood of the group after Auschwitz-Berkenau. We were all somber from the experience. Arriving towards Krakow, Mel gave a brief intro, including a brief on the pub crawl for the night. I ...
... a pizza but on bread & at only $2 Aussie it’s a great cheap meal.
We decided that we would come back later for a Zapiekanki & beer after the tour. Tom then took us over a bridge & into the part of town that he lives in. This part of town is the site of the old Jewish ghetto set up by the Nazis to contain the Jewish population & was much like the ghettos in many other occupied cities.
I got talking to Tom at the front of the group & ...
... was considered a good job, because you were under shelter, had access to latrines all day, and could secretly organise uprisings and a black market. The tour guide said that some babies were born in Auschwitz and Birkenau and survived, and that some of them are still alive, and the ones that have come back to see the camps get very upset, even though they have no memory of being there because they were too young, and she said it is very moving to see them come ...