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Good staff, friendly and informative
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No excursions or activities to post today. I didn't find out until the day rolled on, but many of the in-town sites are closed on Mondays. Schindler's Factory and Wawel Castle were the two I wanted to see today; but no worries, they'll still be there later in the week. Tomorrow is the big day, the trip out to Auschwitz. It makes me feel... well, …
... as there was an error on the printed ticket, funny how you can still understand someone even if you don't speak polish. There was a person on the train who had some mental health issues and was harassing different passengers. Last but not least, we figured we could have walked to Kraków the train went soooooo slowly. But we got there in the end. All I will say about our accommodation is that we will actually write a review ...
... dignity of these people...There were mounds of suitcases, pots/pans, shoes, glasses. These people thought they were being taken care of - and up to the gas chambers were told that to keep people calm to get away with this horrid acts. Saw the barracks and gas chambers. Also saw the prison - the torture chambers were disgusting. One part that was of interest to put a place with a story I heard many times was that of Saint Maximilian Kolbe. When there were people missing ...
... city that I am. Then there was Albinioni's Adagio - it made me want to think about something bigger than myself. Piazzolla's - Libertango reminded me of making passionate love on a stormy night. Listening to Chopin's Waltz had me feeling like Maria from "Sound of Music" at one of Captain Von Trapp's parties dressless and ill prepared. (Right about then I hated my Orange shorts) The hour long concert went by real quick and i walked out in my very own new found Baroque style bubble. ...
... and crematoriums. it was hard to picture what it would have been like, but the magnitude was just terrifying. And they were still building when the Russians began to advance. One more small rant - while Clare and I were traumatized, there were people taking pictures in front of the gate and cattle cars at Birkenau. And these people were smiling, grown men and women. It was almost more horrifying than the actual camp. There are signs ...