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... medieval monuments of the square, St. Mary’s Basilica and the Cloth Market among others, were glowing with 21st century lighting.
Today, our focus has been planning the walk. Without knowing for sure the starting point – our hotel – we assumed a start near Wawel Hill and wound our way past many of the buildings of note in the southern part of Old Town. The Planty is a lovely 19th century ...
... an enormous room full of it- is on display. While I can't comprehend the deaths of 1.1 million people, I can comprehend several tons of hair.
After several hours, the assembly-line overcrowding of the exhibits, and the noisy tour groups (mainly teenagers compelled on a field trip), proved to be a bit much, so we decided to catch the shuttle bus to Auschwitz-Birkenau, about 5 minutes away. While Auschwitz I was a prisoner work camp, Birkenau was a death ...
... guy arrived but was disappointed that we were sitting at the wrong bar. There was a separate bar next door which was playing the World Cup but we had thought it was one whole bar. He rushed off to watch it since he was missing precious moments but Lauren and I still had drinks so we waited until they were finished before we joined him. There was one problem though, there were no seats available inside or outside. We contemplated it for a bit and then decided to ...
... enough out for the next couple of days, but when we got to the door it was just horrible outside. We asked the hostel manager if the pizza place they advertise for takes cards - and they do - so now we're waiting for pizza delivery to the hostel. So for tonight we'll put exploring Krakow on hold. Tomorrow will be a mixed bag. On the one hand, we'll be happy because it should be sunny - on the other hand we'll be depressed because we'll have visited the Auschwitz ...
... time we were on the train talking in English, he spoke it too! Then the other two college guys both looked at us, and I could tell they knew English. They helped us understand why the one dog was on the seat, the woman was standing, and the other dog was in the hallway. The little girl was allergic to dogs, as well as Jessica, so she was trying to keep them away.
We talked with the guys about why we were here, Spain, the U.S., and Poland. It was the first time ...