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... quarter, a lot of churches and synagogues, went to the Ghetto where a lot of the buildings were run down. Schindler's factory was very interesting. Also drove down the oldest street in Kraków in old town. After the tour we chilled out at the hostel for a few hours, charging cameras etc Went and got dinner at KFC where they had teriyaki chicken stuff which was hell random. And then we walked to the train station at about 8:45pm to get the overnight train to ...
... everything is breathtaking. I can't even comprehend how such structures are even conceptualised, let alone planned and then built. With places like Rome, Athens and Cairo still on the itinerary I'm sure there'll be a few more sights in the same vein.
Tomorrow we're off to Auschwitz. I'm trying not to think about it too much so I can see it with a clear mind. I should have a few interesting things to write for you all tomorrow.
... krakow at 9am for the AB's v springbok game an find an Irish pub just in time. Poor lady was expecting a quiet morning an finds 30 rowdy kiwis at opening time. Survive the nail biter an find Moa burger joint.. Kiwi burgers in Poland?! Then for a big shift in mood for the day we all head out to the Auschwitz concentration camp. This is the biggest concentration camp in WWII with about ...
... festival but more just to look around. We drove up to a good lookout point over the city which was nice. I think we cooked at home that night and played poker. We also got to check out Iwona and Kuba's newly purchased apartment :) it's just concrete rooms at the moment but when we are next in Krakow, it will be all furnished etc. Monday through Friday Iwona and Kuba had to work so we would check out museums and the town before meeting them in the evenings. Monday we ...
... chapels and a large functioning Church with salt chandeliers and pulpit. We thought twice about taking the several hundred steps back up and took the lift. Back in Krakow and more meandering through new areas. I ventured to the Engineering and infrastructure Museum. It was a little lame but I did get to check out some classic Polish cars and trams. More walking along the western bank of the Vistula River for a different view of Wawel Castle from up the Western side of the Old ...