Ibis Budget Krakow Bronowice
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... could, of trying to briefly translate to us girls what the conversation was about. I picked up on a few stories as I have heard them over the years but gee they speak so incredibly fast it is crazy.
Paul couldn't even take a breath and either one or all of them were keen to talk to him so we heard such a small snipet of the ongoing conversations and by the time we asked at the end of the day Paul was exhausted and couldn't repeat it all. Such a difficult task being at a table ...
After driving down the mountains and another hour or so, we crossed the border into Poland. Poland is much flatter with small farms, cows, sheep, and villages. Late morning we stopped in Pszczyna, a small town, where we could get zloty from Bankomats (ATM's) or Kantors (money exchanges). We had an hour to walk down the shopping street, walk around, check out the neo-art nuevo Castle of Prince Hans Heinrich XV ...
... arrived & the city was hopping by 3PM. I'm already in love with Polish pottery. I wish I could take it all home with me. Stumbled onto a fantastic vegetarian resturant which was a surprise & a treat. Signed up for a tour ( only accessible with a guided tour) of the famous Wieliczka underground salt mine tomorrow, which is about 15km southeast of town. Lots to see in 5 ...
... middle of the camp. Electrified barbed-wire fences separated the east side from the west into gender segregated areas. There are hundreds of barrack houses as this facility actually existed as housing for Polish troops before the holocaust. The gas chambers sat at the opposite end from the entrance. The camp layout was very simple and efficient, which stood as a very visible example of how this place had been created to exterminate the Jews ...
... Non-organiser, tell me where and I'll be there, beer saturated
Philip Weston [nay: like a horse] - Pooer, photographer, 'the other one'
The trip: Eastern Europe. Trains. 2 weeks.
Day 1 - Saturday 15th September
Finally, it was here. After much anticipation, chat on Facebook and organisation we were off. The land of my Forefathers and the city of Krakow awaited.
Famous for its square ...