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... England, Scotland, USA, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Germany, Spain, Croatia, I will miss all of you! (Except 1 person lol! Definitely will not be missing her) I don't have words for all the amazing times we've spent together, eating wonderful food, watching football, doing walking tours, visiting Auschwitz, Poland, and my hostel family, you've stolen heart, and I'll miss our time together more then words can ...
... at the hostel, and Ada, our local guide and hostess. We were led into a basement bar that looked as though it had served as a bomb shelter during the cold war. The entirely brick walls were covered with soviet memorabilia and the arched doorways paid homage to its wartime roots. We had some vodka and moved further into the basement where they were hosting karaoke and dancing. The dancing at this location seemed to be a charming mix of swing and almost ...
... around the streets, imagining the hardships of those who inhabited the homes, lives upturned and crammed into the smallest of shelters.
From the Ghetto, we headed back over the river to the Old Jewish town and stopped in for a meal at a traditional Jewish café, which was delicious, although the service was a tad lacking, to the point we considered leaving without paying (we had to wait for more than 20 minutes to get the bill), but tourist karma would ...
... on thinking though that the cobble stones that we were walking on were the same ones where ppl keeled over amd died or were shot or whatever. Then we did the walk down to the gas chamber. Again, walking the same path that was the last walk for thousands of ppl. Everyone in my group was silent the whole time we were there. Can't say the same for other groups but get to that later... So the gas chamber wasn't all that big. After auswhitz II was built with its 5 ...
... sauce, I was pretty much trashed. I left the bar and tried to walk home. I had no idea where I was and spent way too long walking around blind. I eventually found the train station though and could orientate myself. I got back with a 'joint' of fish and a sandwich. I just collapsed in the bed knowing that I had to be up very soon for the real reason I was in Krakow.
I had wanted to go to Auschwitz for such a long time. I definitely think its ...