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... I reached the top, so I decided to find out how much I could actually see for free. Quite a lot as I turned out. The cathedral for starters. The first thing I saw was the silver tomb of St Stanislow - apparently the one I saw in his church yesterday was not his real burial place unless there are two Saint Stanislow's. Anyway, this one seems like the real deal as it's much more elaborate: it has four angels supporting the sarcophagus as opposed to two and the detail on ...
... 8220;Marta” referred to in my notes was the name listed in my 2006 tour records.
It now dawned on me that there were two Martas. The guide I had worked with in 2006 was this Marta sitting across the table talking animatedly with Hildrun. The guide who had led our Krakow walks in 2004 and earlier was also named “Marta”. The mystery of the missing Marta was beginning to resolve. Yet none of the ...
When we travel, it's important to us to see those places that comprise the nation's true history and character. Sometimes that means hitting every whisky distillery in northern Scotland, or the temples of Cambodia's Angkor Wat. In Poland, touring the Auschwitz concentration camp of WWII is vital to knowing the country.
Auschwitz, or Oswiecim as the town is known in Polish, is infamous amongst the Nazi concentration camps. But Auschwitz actually refers to ...
... a restaurant at the side of the markets. We did go inside as we have learnt that you don't get smokers! The restaurant was called the Cafe Europoja and for a chance cafe it was a real find! Alex had soup, which was presented in a large bread roll and it was delicious! He also ordered pasta, but that was a mistake because he was so full from the soup! Sarina and I shared an entree of fried goats cheese coated in almond, and that was superb! Then I had ...
... few hours in a picturesque park close by to he hostel before returning to our room to nap, too hot for our pale unfit bodies. After napping we were hoping for the free dinner we had heard so much about, and put our names down to eat. We hung around in one of the 2 chill out areas, checking up on the kitchen every so often but somehow me missed dinner; no idea how! Disappointing that we didn't get told people were eating or even have some food saved. Thank god for ...