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... seem to disappear for long periods at times. Many dozens of trees have fallen over the winter, often in great clumps of ten at a time that completely cover both the path and the stream and entirely block the gorge. Months of snow has blanketed these trees concealing the trunks and branches and the gaps between them - it's a natural bear trap! With the path nowhere to be seen, we pull ourselves up through this nest of fallen trees at ...
... in the walls and eventually carved out a couple of chapels. The tour was a fascinating look at the history of salt mining and included amazing statues. I know this sounds boring, but I once read a book called "Salt" that was a great book about how important it is to us and how valuable it used to be. Afterall, the word salary comes from it because many people and soldiers used to be paid with it so they could barter for everything ...
... which is not active today and was called this becuase of its High ceilings. It was built in 1556. The prayer rooms was on the second floor which was very unusual. You can still see some of the paintings on the interior walls but only the ark is left.
After this we went to the Isaac Synagogue which is currently being used by Chabad. In this shul, the only pieces left from its origin of the 17th century is the ark.
The rain then started ...
I never realized that Poland or more specifically Krakow would have such an amazing history, dating back to the 11th century. From the Polish / Lithuanian empire, to the polish influence in the Vatican, the history of Polish kings or the Polish dark ages of world war 2 there's something here for everybody. Krakow for those who don't know has had a rough time over ...
... it was too sad but I have attached some for you. We have arrived to Krakow, and it is a lovely hotel, good dinner awaits us and an early night planned, it has been a big day, when I look at my room I think back to the story of how they would put 4 prisoners standing in a cell 90cm x 90cm and make them stand all night and then make them work 12 hours each day until they died of ...