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... camps and died.
Our first stop was the Marie Curie Museum. It was across the street from where she was born and it was a bit disappointing. There were lots of photos of her and her family and not much else. Nothing much about her work at all. We walked into the Old Town through the Barbican (old gateway) and had a wander round and through the central square. All of this area was rebuilt in the old style after the ...
... We thank Jean Francois for his hospitality and hope to see him again soon.
Grant regularly undertakes checks and maintenance on Crumpet. In a campground he changes the oil. ‘Is there a problem?’ asks a concerned stranger. ‘No, just maintenance’ Grant replies. In another town he checks the sprockets and chain. ‘Is there a problem?’ another worried observer asks. ‘No, just maintenance’ Grant answers politely. ...
... of the information sites in Krakow said the bus was the better option and gave me a list of all the departure times. The earliest bus was 5:40, but I wasn't quite ready for that so I took the next one at 6:40. For 14 PLN one-way, you get to ride in a nice coach bus and we arrived at the museum a little after 8. I had already reserved a spot for 9 online (It is free, however if you have the guided tour requirement then its ...
... existence fighting on three sides or under occupation. Not a situation to be confronted with a belly full of salad or caviar! Dany from Argentina arrives on Wednesday and he's another one into his theatre. We get chatting immediately. It transpires that his priority for tomorrow, like mine, is Auschwitz. Our tours depart close together and I'm suddenly relieved to not be experiencing it totally ...
January 27, 2014 was the 70th Liberation Anniversary Day of the prisoners at Auschwitz located at Oswiecim, Poland. When the Russian soldiers arrived at the camp on January 27, 1945 that day must certainly have seemed like a miracle and a prayer coming true for the prisoners inside that camp. Having been to Auschwitz I, Aushwitz II - Birkenau I thought that I should blog my pictures from my travels in September, 2014 for ...