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... We saw the stations were people’s fates were decided and the giant memorial dedicated to the tragic acts performed in the camp.
After that we saw the living quarters of the women in the camp. They lived in essentially stables. With wooden platform as bunks. They people would sleep up to about 8 people on the one bunk and some of them would have had runny poos and let it go in the bunk so it would have gone all over the people below. We ...
... and we thought he didn't drink!
With the view from high above and the lake in the background again quite a surreal feeling and hard to believe where we actually were at this point in time.
More photos, more goodbyes and by now it was past 7.30pm so time really did fly.
We dropped Marian off home and then made our way home too.
We actually visited one of the biggest Supermarkets I have ever been in.
Danita asked what was it like when we visited ...
... We wandered through the dark, the park, and the cobbled streets, listening to the clip, clip of the horses hooves as the carriages took people around the city. And we saw that a church door was open - and crept inside to listen to the choir festival that was on. Oh what amazing acoustics! Stood at the back and listened to a number of choirs singing so beautifully. It was a wow experience. The culture in the countries we have ...
... started speaking to a couple next to me- most people in Poland can speak some English. We talked about the war. We spoke of Poland and how it disappeared completely off the map for more than 100 years. They were passionate about how the Russians had liberated Poland during WWII and asked me why the USA and Britain ignored them. I was at a loss for words. We spoke of Churchill and Roosevelt and why the Poles were not allowed to march in the Victory parade. Then we spoke ...
... day I took myself off the The Schindler's Factory Museum, which was the historical account of Krakow during WW2. It was very interesting although the exhibits had lots & lots of reading which was a bit taxing on my brain after a while, but I did learn a lot! I wish I had paid more attention in history class at school!
The plan for our last day in Krakow was to comb those market ...