Akacja Pokoje i Apartementy
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... which have been continued to this day. A famous occupation was when the Castle was used as the headquarters of the Nazi Governor General, Hans Frank, during the German occupation of WWII. Today’s Castle complex is a beguiling muddle of styles including Medieval, Romanesque, Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque. The inner courtyard with it's delightful colonnades, showed us a true architectural masterpiece, and the treasures contained within did much ...
... plenty of pot plants to hide it in if it showed up in our "trough" but it wasn't included. After that large, hot lunch we made it back to our hotel room and crashed for the afternoon. Big night planned, we're going to a concert! And we did go to a Golden Classical Music Concert in St. Peter & Paul's Church performed by the Cracow Chamber Orchestra, it was very good. The orchestra featured 3 violinists, 1 cello, 1 double bass, ...
... was that because of the alcohol? Monika, Jola's daughter joined us later with her boyfriend, Jakob. Monika is employed by an English bank, as she has great English language abilities. We had dinner together and enjoyed telling them about Australia. Seems they have heard of the terrors of Australian snakes and spiders!
Tuesday was the day Vik was able to complete his pilgrimage to Auschwitz. Jola, Martin, and Isabel (Martin's ...
... along who is also from Sydney but towards Wagga Wagga. It was quite cold so we decided to sit in a chocolate cafe - Where I had an espresso and two chocolate truffles. I had no fear of what I ate anymore. I just ate everything that was in sight, no joke. We did some #realtalk and again made me appreciate my life and my family and even the way I've grown up. Some people have their own battles, you honestly never know what someone is going through until ...
... wherever I want in the world and explore the wonders that it offers but yesterday I was stood on a railway track where, only 70 years ago, people, just like me, were getting off a train in Birkenau and had their freedom, identity and humanity ripped away from them. Intelligent, well-educated people designed every single part of Auschwitz and Birkenau to serve one purpose - to eradicate an entire race of Jewish people. As I stood on the same railway track and paths that ...