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... their 40th high school graduation in the same room as us. They were funny and high maintenance at the same time. The restaurant was in the cellar of another 13th century structure and awe inspiring. This has been the best restaurant we have yet to eat at on this vacation. Diane wants to come back on Saturday, but we we have other ideas which we'll see in the next couple of days. One week in Poland and so far so good.-Mike
Today we caught the bus to Auschwitz - Birkenau.
It's about a 90 minute bus ride.
There's no point in trying to describe the feelings one gets when here.
There's a few photos of spectacles, shoes, and the like. The victims had to undress before entering the gas chamber and this is just some of the belongings that the nazis kept.
There was another room full of human hair. This ...
... noticed that there was a section where the 3 and the 9 trams run parallel, but then the 9 tram split off. My plan was to take the 9 tram going in the other direction to that stop, hoping that this would be where I needed to go.
When I got off at that stop, I quickly discovered I was still not in the right place. Luckily, I knew at least from here I could find a 3 tram to bring me to where I needed to go. The trouble was I needed to figure out ...
... here especially on identical twins and dwarfs. The conditions of the camp were so poor and the prisoners were so cruelly treated that many would commit suicide. I found this tour even more confronting than the one at the Dachau concentration camp, mainly due to the preservation of prisoner belongings that were found during the liberation of the camp. There were exhibits featuring glassed off rooms filled with shoes, glasses, suitcases, pots and pans that belonged to the ...
... and the many wars that Krakow had experienced. Krakow was surrounded by city walls and a moat and an impressive city gate called The Neck but most of it has been torn down and only the gate remains. We watched the trumpeter play to the four corners from St Mary's and then continued on down to Wawel Castle area. We saw the dragon bones ( actually whale bones) in the castle gate and learned about the commoner who killed the dragon which terrorised ...