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... Three priests had now appeared behind the altar. Perhaps the previous mass had finished and this group was waiting for the next one to start.
It had started to drizzle by the time I walked back to the hotel so rather than walk around getting wet looking for a restaurant I decided to have dinner at Fab Fusion. I ordered mussels in white wine sauce with garlic bread and the lavender creme brûlée. They charge an extra 15PLN for room service so I ate downstairs. ...
... was a big map on one of the walls which gave you a scale on the size of the camps. The one we were in was tiny compared to the other two. There were also pictures in this building showing you how they done the selection of the healthy Jews and none healthy Jews (non healthy Jews going straight to the gas chambers)
When we arrived at the second building we were able to see all the suitcases which belonged to Jews. Each of them had there names written on them because ...
... had a balcony overlooking a courtyard. Most of the group were keen to visit the Salt mines and they left on a tour around 1.30. It was a beautiful warm sunny day and Grant was reluctant to go, so reluctantly I agreed to also pass on the Salt mine tour. We decided to find some city tours ourselves, and I sulked around behind Grant until we found a golf cart tour of the old City. These were a dime a dozen, with young sales people ...
This was a big day. Our first activity was to leave Olomouc and drive to Auschwitz. On the way Amy explained some of the history of eastern Europe, the influence of communism and fascism before we went for lunch at a pizza place nearby. On arrival at Auschwitz we walked through the yards and buildings where the inmates lived. Most buildings had rooms, which had been ...
... note, I can't wait to tryout more polish food and pay next to nothing for it!! And drink more $1 beer too, of course :). Last night in my private apartment tonight then I might go back to a dorm room tomorrow night, I need to meet some people that speak English! Although I do love the language barriers, most people speak just enough English for me to order food and buy a ...