Peregrinus Rooms & Apartments
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... a movie.
I took some photos unaware that I was not allowed to, but still they are not clear because I was compelled to move on.
The invitation I have is for the Birkenau and the Museum but we have to catch the bus and get back to the hotel in time for dinner. The Chef himself was cooking for us tonight.
... the van. As we pack away, the salt cellar falls out of a cupboard, banging loudly as it hits the hob. 10 seconds later there's a knock on Ruby's curtained window. Mini-cringe. Jonny goes to the window and the policeman speaks in
Polish. Jonny, assuming we are being moved on, says, "Yeah, we're just going now.." A colleague of the policeman translates the Polish for us, "Did you hear an accident?" We ask when it was and are not sure what ...
... t really explore the city nearly as much as we did and that she was impressed.
Our last day was spent at Auschwitz/ Birkenau concentration camps. I'll write a separate posting on that. After visiting the camps, we made a game day decision and decided to head to Lviv, Ukraine. The only train was a night train, and it left at 9 pm, giving us plenty of time to get there and back and eat one last delicious vegetarian meal at Glonojad.
... in Kracow and that means Wash Day too. The hotel room soon looks like a Chinese laundry.The ‘quick dry ‘ clothing that we have especially purchased does just that.
*With the need to counteract our sedentary lifestyle, we sign up to a 4 hour bike tour of the old
city. Sylwie, a former history student of Krakow University proves to be an ideal guide.
* It’s hot & sunny but we are not complaining. We must acclimatise for ...
... just by looking at the person, determined if they would go on to work in the camp or go directly to gas chambers. Those going to the chambers were told they were going to take a shower. They came to a changing room where they hung their belongings on numbered hooks and were told to remember their number so they could come back to collect their things. They were then taken into the chamber that had fake shower heads attached to the walls. Then the gas ...