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... friends, it starts to sway my thinking to consider being open to it. But anyway, at Auschwitz, it’s different from other European historic sites. When I went to Hiroshima, Japan, and I saw people’s melted skin and shadows permanently imprinted onto concrete slabs of sidewalk, that was pretty horrifying but I’ve never experienced anything like Auschwitz before. Hiroshima was one bomb that was dropped, wiping everything away suddenly. Auschwitz was more ...
... Pope John Paul II stayed when in Krakow. We had lunch in the market square where there was an amazing number of food stalls and craft and souvenir stalls. I had a great savoury crepe and chocolate coated strawberries. We visited a Hapsburg Palace and then went back to the Qubus Hotel or to the city centre, depending on your energy levels. Dinner was at eight in the Jewish ...
... is organized. Sit back relax and let the good times roll. All up about 7-8 hrs on the bus with a couple of planned stops, and some longer unplanned stops. One being at a dodgy polish toll booth. I'm glad were on a bus with 50 other people and a tour manager. Traveling through Eastern Europe seems a little intimidating. We stopped for lunch just inside the border of Slovakia. So today we would have visited ...
... locals. In the evening, we went for dinner on the main square in old town and then headed for a housewarming party that a colleague (José) of Piritta and Marke threw this night together with his flatmate Marco. It was a great mix of polish, finnish and spanish people there. And of course - the swede... ;) After the party we all went to a club and partied all ...
... is where they dug out the main square and the foundations of the original buildings were underneath. It was pretty interesting and nice to be out of the sun. There was a lot to read but there were a number of school groups there getting in the way. Luckily they only stayed in the main exhibition and didn't explore further. Turns out you walk quite a way under the main square. There were some small rooms paying videos of the history of ...