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... buried. The Jews also don't place living things on tombstones i.e. flowers because they die. So, instead they place stones on the tombstone (check out the pic). I reckon the cemetery was the most depressing part of the tour.
We then visited the Jewish ghetto. The Jewish ghetto is where the Jews were all relocated before being transported to Auschwitz. Over 6,000 Jews were forced to live in only 300 rooms in the ghetto. In one day, all ...
... 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 ...
... good) being the mainstays. We were also experts in Polish beer which is about a full 1% stronger here than most other places. So, with the food and drink ticked off it's time to jog on yet again.... well sit on a train at least, as we head to Berlin for a few days where we will team up with some familiar faces in Renee (Simone's sister) and her husband Michael! I can taste the pretzels and bratwurst already.... What? They serve beers in 1 litre glasses there? Oh go ...
... s number 1 pub crawl 'Krawl through Krakow' however due to Ali's funding issues he decided he'd rather remain at the hostel. So Matt, Greg and Will headed out on their second pub crawl, luckily this one involved less crawling! A great night was had by all as we went around 4 pubs/ clubs in Krakow's old town meeting new people from all over the world and having a small amount to drink. (Especially during the free power ...
... a nice tour of the Jewish district though. Only I can aim to run in a circle and forget to turn! I then attempted to see the castle, but it was all sold out by the time I reached it. No big deal, I thought. I walked to the museum in Schindler's factory.... also sold out! It was not my day. I decided to give up on sight seeing on my own and went for lunch while I waited for a walking tour to start.
The walking tour was really good. It ...
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