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... best friend..took everyone on a tour of the towns pubs/bars/clubs. Everyone in the group was great, met some more Aussies...which Alice was happy about !!
The next morning feeling a little worse for wear made Auswhitz that bit more...hard hitting to say the least. We were up by 9am and preparing for the day ahead...looking out the window was some pretty ******/rainy weather and having both of us only packed for sun...we were soaked by the end of the day (I ...
... Main Square. Halfway there we came across a weekend market setting up with food and crafts stands -- a great opportunity to see what foods were available locally. On the second floor of the Cloth Hall is the Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art. During this time period there actually was no country of Poland as their country had been conquered by neighboring empires. Much of the art in this gallery portrays the artist's interpretations of ...
... massive glass cabinets filled with the hair you CNS even see the pony tails. this room did not effect me as much as I had expected but the room filled with prosthetics was very hard, it through me for many reasons the prosthetics were ll very different and some looked very advanced for the time but also there were so many of them so many stories of a had life before and now because of the challenges they had overcome they were going to ...
... prisoners to. In the years 1940-1945, the Nazis made at least 1,300,000 people leave their homes and come to Auschwitz. Of them:
- 1,100,000 Jews
- 140,000 - 150,000 Polish
- 23,000 Gypsies
- 15,000 Soviet Prisoners of war
- 25,000 prisoners from other ethnic groups.
The figure that has to be remembered is that 1,100,000 of these people died in Auschwitz. Approximately 90% of the victims were Jews with most being murdered ...
... since there was no dryer, and since we needed clean clothes, it was time to do laundry. In Ireland and Scotland you just go to a laundromat, drop off your clothes and pick them up a few hours later. We venture out with our plastic bag of clothes and walk into what is obviously a dry cleaners. I ask the lady if they do regular laundry. She is new so she takes our bag into the back and comes out to tell us that if we pick through the clothes and pull out ...