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Saturday July 5
Auschwitz & Krakow ( pronounced as we now realise
*Today’s destination is Krakow. But our via point is
Oswiecim – you may not have heard of this place but it is otherwise known by
its German name ‘ Auschwitz’.
We have previously been to another smaller Concentration Camp in Austria and so had an idea of what ...
... to try two different drinks. Mine was a ginger drink and Amanda's was hibiscus.... Hers turned out to be much better than mine but she did not hate the ginger drink as badly as I did so she was a trooper and we traded. For the meals, I had a burger which was crazy. It had watermelon on it, a fried egg, cheese and lettuce. it was delicious. Amanda had a warm salad which was a bunch of exotic fruits including pomegranate, kiwi, pineapple and other ...
... looked like banana nut bread, thinking I wonder if it's the same as ours. I LOVE banana nut bread!!! Well, to my surprise, it was not even close to banana nut bread!!! Thank goodness Ben tried it first and said it was not, but to still try it. YUCK!! it was some type of a meat or something of like a pasta meat...we had no idea what it was but no where close to what I thought it looked like in America! I am so glad I didn't take a big chomp into it waiting ...
... There were very few war time houses. Most building were blocks of flats from the communist time.
We went back to the hotel and they had a walk into the town. It was quite different from home. Willow found a really brilliant shop full of wool,thread and lovely things to sew with. They went into a pretty church.
The rest of the afternoon was spent having massarges, writing and swimming.
... our battle with the mean streets of Lodz. We managed to find the ghetto at last, and discovered that a large proportion of it had been transformed in the 1950s into a communist ghetto: the model flats now looking far from utopian. The traffic got worse. Many junctions seemed to involve keenly fought stand-offs where nobody seemed to know what was going on. I became irritated with my guide book, whose descriptions of "grassy squares" and imposing buildings fell well short of the mark. ...