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After 6 months of intensive planning (all by Barb), we are ready to go. As you can see by the picture, only 3 of us are going right now. When we went to print our boarding passes, David's wouldn't print. His passport expires in November 2015. So he stayed home to get a new emergency passport. By the time we took off - after a 2 hour ...
... museum underground. Archaeological dig 2005 used as basis for interactive displays films etc.Amazing numbers of artefacts of all sorts..jewellery,knife blades etc. All very interesting.Great resource for teachers of medieval history.sections of pavement showing layers built up over Centuries were very interesting.Spent2.5 hours there before heading to dinner at our usual. Had an ice cream which was delicious$1 for a generous ...
... Auschwitz 'Oh man where do I start with that blog later?!' 'I decided to do two separate ones...' So there will be another blog about the rest of the day that will leave this bit out. And this is all I am going to say about this apart from I am glad I went. We have all seen the pictures but being there puts it all into perspective and I am glad that they do not sugar coat what happened in German History ...
... kings entombed in the chapel and in the crypt below the chapel floor. No photos were allowed inside as it is still an operating chapel. The Nazis used the castle in WWII and built a new gate to help fortify the castle. Once leaving the castle grounds, we walked the streets of Kraków to the main Market Square. In the square is St Mary's basilica which was built in the 11th century. Every hour 24 hours a day, 7 days a week a trumpeter goes to ...
... Poland's most important rulers and greatest historical figures. It is a bit of a confusing place and extremely crowded. No photos are allowed. Although there is a beautiful chapel dedicated to John Paul II, he was entombed in Vatican City. Poles still are hopeful he may be moved hare one day. To explore the bell tower, the crypt and the royal tombs requires an additional ticket which we did purchase. You can best appreciate the evolution of this church over the ...