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We left our hotel at 6am on a transfer packed up with a little lunch box supplied by the hotel. Very cute and filled with a good variety of food as we were missing the breakfast times.
Our flight left Berlin for Krakow at 9am and arrived at 10.20am where we were picked up by the arranged transfer company. The guide was great and told us a …
... each emotion, each thought, each dilemma and each encounter that I had at the camp today, but then I decided against it. I thought I would rather let a sample of the the images I took share our experience with you. Fast forward.....The evening was spent in Krakow, about 45 minutes drive from Auschwitz. It's a modern city with a vibrant atmosphere, with a succinct and almost seamless blend of old and new. Priests seminaries stand alongside vodka bars ...
... to the thousands of tourists that visit every year. After entering the mine, first is a climb down almost 400 stairs to get to the 3 km tourist path, just a small fraction of the almost 300 km of mine. Along with the many statues carved out of the salt throughout the mine, there are several chapels and even a cathderal that is still used today for services and weddings. The are also several displays throughout that demonstrate how the salt was mined as well as the ...
... choose who would be separated out. The elderly, the sick, the injured, children under the age of 16, and any pregnant woman or woman with a young child was immediately separated from the rest of the group. Of the group that could work, men were separated from women, and families were intentionally separated. Those that could not work were immediately taken to the showers and killed by cyanide gas.
The Nazis took detailed precautions to ...
... History as do a lot of European countries but I guess this runs a little deeper. The city itself is accessible, cheap, an easy to get around by train, tram or walk. A few key monuments to see eg salt mines, and the city square is so pretty at night. We were lucky enough to catch a famous Jazz lounge, and have numerous cocktails for half the price! Krakow was a great experience and I'd definitely recommend anyone to pop in and take a look! ByrneyMack gives Krakow "9 out of 10 ...