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... where upon ascending the remaining watchtower for a bird's eye view of the area, we were harmlessly attacked by flying ants! These little fellows come here for only 2 weeks of the year. How lucky were we??? We then proceeded along the route to Mirow and Bobolice. The castle at Bobolice has mostly been restored and was fabulous. We learned a lot about Polish history and finished up lunching at the base of ...
... train pulled into Krakow. On our way, we did pass through the large, mostly empty Warsaw station around 2 AM. The trains had a Soviet-look and feel, and the network PKP seemed well run, but with moderate occupancy, perhaps due to the time of the day.
If I had more time, I would have stepped out and explored the famed churches and cathedrals of Krakow. Even during the war, most of them were left untouched, for which future generations should be ...
No title, no words can accurately describe the places I visited today. I can not bring myself to write words that would do my experiences and the ones that I heard any justice.
That's all I could write last night. It has taken me until today to be able to put together words, to put together my experience. But now I am ready to share. However some of things in the post are a tad graphic so that I along with anyone reading this can fully understand my experience and fully ...
... away. Even now I think about it, my tears fall.
There was so much information to take. This is the one thing that stood out the most for me.
Imagine receiving a news that now you would be removed from your home. You would be transported somewhere in Poland. Auschwitz. You don't know what to expect. You have no idea where that is, what it's like. It was all so sudden.
And then you are told, all you could bring is 25kg of ...
... was in shock. I also felt like I was going to puke. I have goosebumps as I write this and I think I'll always get goosebumps when I think of Auschwitz. It took us about 5 hours to tour both of these sites and we never spoke a word to each other the whole time. On the train ride back to Krakow we still never spoke. Auschwitz is the most interesting and haunting place I have ever been and, strange enough, I know I will visit again someday.
Next stop: My home for the next year! Dimitrovgrad!