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... After we finished and paid we decided to go to a bar for a couple of drinks. It took a little while to agree on a bar but we soon found a vodka bar which we all liked the look of, mainly because they were doing €1 shots of vodka. We had a good few drinks in few before we decided to head back to our apartment to freshen up before hitting a club. When we were back at the apartment we had a couple more vodka and cokes whilst we got ready. Plus it was going to save us some ...
... gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau have been destroyed and left in ruins. The Nazis tried to destroy any evidence of the camps once they realized they would not win the war. It gave me a chill and an eerie feeling as I walked thru, especially as a I walked past the furnaces.
At the ruins in Birkenau there is a huge memorial monument and it has an annual pilgrimage of Jews on the Anniversary of Liberation and everyday for that matter. There was a group ...
... read about them but then see the hair, the glasses, prosthetics, shoes, and suitcases it is mind blowing. Although it was emotionally draining I'm very glad I went. Tonight we went into the square to just walk around. Everything is so pretty to see at lit up at night. It's always lively too with so many restaurants and good food. I tasted my first potato pancake, so good. Classes start tomorrow so I need to get back into school mode to sit through 5 hours of Polish, should be ...
... we caught up with my parents for a coffee, in the Rynek. The coffee here is pretty average. Often the instant coffee we make at home is better.
After our little break we took some photos of the local sight, the kids had fun posing with statues, and dressed up ...
... ghetto walls for children to collect. There is a Nazi gatehouse on the square that still exists, but everything else was destroyed before the end of the war.
This marked the end of our walking tour. Ruthy and I said our goodbyes as she was heading over to the Schinder’s Factory Museum, which I had already visited. I gathered myself and very carefully selected the #3 tram to take me back to the old town. Thankfully, I had an uneventful trip back to the hostel. ...