Angel House 2 Bed & Breakfast
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From 3rd February 2014 till 7th February 2014 I had to go for work to Krakow.
Everyone says that Krakow is a beautiful city and they are right. However, during winter they heat with coal and as Krakow lies in a little hole there is a lot of coal dust. It made my eyes red and made me feel sick therefore most nights I stayed in the hotel after work. But on 2 nights I went out and I was able to take some nice pictures. Now I just hope that I might be able to go again during summer.
... The club was a good size, and not completely unlike the clubs one might find in the US, especially seeing as how they predominantly played US top 40 songs mixed with some stuff from the early 2000s. Jean and I grabbed some drinks, but we lost each other when the dance floor began to fill up. I danced until about 3am and then walked the block and a half back to the hostel. It was a great first day/night to start my trip. ...
Ahhhh summer. Five glorious weeks free from work, sun shining and the water calling! We packed all our meager belongings into one carry one back pack each (Luke generously taking all of the shared essentials), planned our adventure with a mix of boats, trains and planes, read some trip adviser articles and we were ready to go! The first leg of our summer adventure was hitting up the very interesting Poland! Why Poland? First reason was to visit Auschwitz and ...
... conversation with the guide and a few ppl - one asked how come there are no graphic pictures or stories... but in a nice way. They said they had been to the holocaust memorial in NYC and found it quite full on. The lady reminded him that this is very recent history for these ppl. The first guides were ex prisoners themselves and they still have survivors coming there. Then we got back on bus enroute to krakow. Stu said that the camps effect ...
... we were taken out into the snow and led under the large sign that read, 'Albeit Mach Frei' — work makes you free. If felt strange, returning to Auschwitz in the snow. It was...right. More realistic. It was easier to imagine standing with bare feet in the snow for 11 hours during roll-call (while the SS officers would sit snugly in a socially made box). We visited various exhibitions, including suffocation cells, the 'hospital', the SS ...