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By the early afternoon we traveled by tram back to Krakow centre and then to the Jewish district. Visiting Plac Nowy (Jewish shops), Stara Synagogue and Schindler's factory were all memorable. Chasing the tram down the street and getting stuck in the doors ended another huge yet eventful day.
... w Glowney station at 10:01. Our 3 person cabin was neat, clean but a tad small, well tiny really, a mountain goat would have trouble getting to the top bunk, anyway we got Em up there, Lorrie gets the middle one and this is still a challenge to get up to, and a further test of my back getting her back down in the morning, true enough a ladder existed, but was so tightly attached to the side wall I don't think it had been moved in years. The bunk length decreases ...
... we were constantly passed as if we were standing still! By this stage we were well and truly tired of our Christmas cd and had reverted to Czech radio - Radio Glasnost - commentary in Czech and songs, mostly in English, straight from the 80's with an occasional remake in Czech - imagine Simon and Garfunkel's Mrs Robinson with the only English words being "Mrs Robinson" and " hey, hey, hey." I think you're probably getting the picture. By 9pm ...
... humanised, demoralised and stripped of one thing that makes them unique. The fact that the hair still exists, still lives on, and was changing colour made me think who did each strand belong to? How old would they be now? If they were valued, if they were still alive, what would they look like? People were first killed at Auschwitz 1 by starvation and then through shooting. Some tried to escape and local people tried to help others but were then often captured themselves. As ...
... The tour took us through the original Jewish area, well the area they were moved to from the city centre. It dispelled a lot of myths created by the movie schindlers list, as this is where it was set. Turns out the movie wasn't entirely accurate. We went and saw the Jewish ghetto area where the nazis confined the Jews before the final insolvency. At the end of the tour, when we were thankfully under cover, the skies opened as a huge thunderstorm rolled by. Luckily it ...