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... they do at the Monument for the Murdered Jews in Berlin.
We arrived back at our hotel at about 7pm. We were hot, sweaty and worn out. After freshening up, we headed back to the nearby bistro where we enjoyed a delicious meal (pork medallions for Michael, and salmon risotto for me), as well as soup and some very tasty bread with some white wine. How fortunate we are to live in happier times...at least in the parts of the world we frequent.
... Martin, Edyta, and Alicia that's you guys. :)
Schindler's Factory was worth doing but it, too, was a bit depressing. The only good thing about it is that it held hope. Schindler saved some people's lives. It's a small candle of light in what would have been some of the darkest of times.
After that my friends and I needed some cheerfulness in out lives so we went to the cutest tea place and ordered cake and coffee. Their cake was so worth it-it was scrumptious. The tea ...
... was indescribable. But I will try my best.
The Germans started creating concentration camps in 1933. People seen as *undesirable elements* and Jews were imprisoned. Auschwitz was set up by the German occupying forces in 1940 in the suburbs of Oswiecim.
The drive to Auschwitz from Krakow took about 1 ½ hours to get there via coach bus where we watched a very informative documentary about the Liberation. One of the most poignant quotes that ...
... 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 ...
... in this awesome place 'Gospoda Koko'......Note: We are easily impressed.
We sat down to a 3 course meal, first was a cauliflower soup which we shared give it a 6.5/10-second course was Chicken covered in melted cheese and cream..probs a 8.5/10 for me and salad which we didn't really eat..We also ordered 10pc dumplings cos we are fattys which were delightful but could only eat so many...
By about 10 we headed back to the hostel...walked in the door and everyone ...