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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, …
... of this day wandering around the city, seeing the beautiful Wawel palace and cathedral, the universities and otherwise meandering around. The Cathedral of St. Elizabeth is particularly beautiful; the inside is adorned with magnificent altars and the whole interior is painted in technicolor. The city has a really cool, gritty feel to it. Many of the buildings have fallen into disrepair and have a very eastern-bloc feel to them. Yet, much of the city is ...
... by our hostel worker. The story is that many years ago te dragon live in the tunnels of castle and protected it and its people. However after waiting an hour for it to be turned on we we extremely disappointed; I could probably breathe more fire than it. We then went for dinner in the old town square which I have to say despite it being very touristy it's one of my favourite parts of krakow. Once finishing dinner ...
... Jaffa cakes nom. However the after dinner activities made up for it. After a nice hot shower and a bit of lipstick( for me not ash) we were ready to party. It started off in the common room with shisha and a game of cup of kings? .... Basically ring of fire, and beer we bought from the local shop for 2 zloty which is around 35p BARGIN! We then headed into town with a group of about 20 of us, mostly Irish. Arriving at the first bar was like stepping Into a sauna, so ...
... II (Birkenau). First we went to Auschwitz I, the smaller of the two camps. You enter the camp through the main gate with the inscription 'Arbeit macht frei' meaning, 'work will set you free'. The prisoners believed this motto, though of all the people imprisoned there, less than 10% survived. The tour of Auschwitz I ended with one of the gas chambers and crematorium, which we were able to walk ...