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... mass murders of groups of people, I can't believe that there has ever been such a calculatingly, cold-blooded efficacy of genocide.
It was crowded with many, many groups and the guides were very efficient in getting us through the buildings, especially in Auschwitz with some narrow hall and doorways. I can't imagine having to describe these horrors on a daily basis. The Polish town of Oswiecim didn't ask for the Nazis to take over, rename it and ...
... Salt Mine. This again, was an awesome experience as the mine itself is over 700 years old. It has eight church's in it and many sculptures carved out of the salt. We had to walk down 56 flights of stairs which took us down 64m below ground, by the end of the tour we had gone down to level3 (of 9 levels) which was 135m below ground. The salt mines was a highlight of a busy and fun day! We are finishing our day with a pub quiz tonight! Our team came 4th out of 12, not ...
... jewelry shops and Polish Pottery shops -- both of which are specialties of Poland and make good souvenirs.
In one corner of the square is the beautiful Kościół Mariacki, or Saint Mary's Basilica. I wish I had the opportunity to go inside and take a picture, but unfortunately it was closed because there was a wedding going on inside. Oh well. The outside is quite beautiful itself. If you take a look at the two towers, you'll ...
... The vibe is relaxed. This is Europe at its best. Spending five days in Krakow was a good call. This city is small, but it's well worth the stay to fully enjoy what it has to offer, both in terms of sightseeing and party scene. I won't go into day to day details, but here are some of the highlights of my trip: 1. Auschwitz, as I said in my other post, is worth the detour and is a must if you ever go to Poland. ...
We are starting to make a habit of taking long walks in the freezing cold in the early morning. I think this is a habit we need to break. Despite being urged to take the metro from the hostel to the bus stop we decided to do the 5 km or so walk. We made it to the bus station just as the snow started to pick up. The bus was scheduled to leave at 8 am and we would end up in Krakow about 5 hours later. John and I happened to be standing at the perfect spot on the pavement ...