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... it isn't overly graphic.
First they came for the Socialists-I did not speak out, because I was not a Socialist
Then they came for the Trade Unionists-I did not speak out, because I was not a Trade Unionist
Then they came for the Jews-I did not speak out, because I was not a Jew
Then they came for me-And then there was no one left to speak for me
I think this is a great poem because he's saying that if you ...
... to bed early tonight as the plan is to be at the bus stop to go to Auschwitz by 7.00am. That will get us there by 8.30am before the crowds set-in, which we think will take away from the experience. So, in touring the Old Town this is what we saw: • Barbican • St Florian's Gate • St Ann's Church • The Main Market Square - it was really pretty and laid out with lots of space around the buildings to create a really nice presence about the ...
... of over 100 countries and counting. Never one to call a spade a shovel, Peter kept us entertained with his stories of rubbing shoulders with the greats of English and Australian cricket, along with good natured ribbing of us poor old convicts! Bratislava is largely reminiscent of Wroclaw, cities whose former charms can still be glimpsed amongst soviet abominations. There is evidence of progress with new buildings and infrastructure and ...
... not confident about us staying in an apartment that we had found on the net, as recently some of her friends had a really bad experience. Thankfully our apartment is very trendy, clean and spacious. We have two large bedrooms, a kitchen, meals area and modern bathroom. The only down side is that we are on level 3, and we had to drag ...
... at least attempting to. I've grown kind of lazy with my sightseeing and photographing ;d
So this blog entry will be covering my first few weeks in Krakow. The time when I was still staying at Mosquito Hostel, extending by a few days at a time. The time when I was still unsure about how long I was staying in Krakow for. Slowly but surely, I began to replace my Tourist Hat with my Lazy Stay At Home Hat. One ...