Palace Popowo Stare Park Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was another winding road trip to the town of Wisla, which is a very nice little town. The home of the famous hotel Golebiewski. Under this hotel is the Tropikana Aqua Park. (http://www.golebiewski.pl/wisla/atrakc je/park-wodny-tropikana) Paul and I had no idea what to expect. But it was pleasant surprise, the aqua park was a little old – I have ...
... Auschwitz1 became too small for their programme of extermination of ethnic peoples, political enemies & dissidents. You need to see both.
*Is it Tribute or Disneyland? Definitely the former. Auschwitz was the largest and most efficient extermination factory of the Nazi regime. It is the weekend and the museum is very, very busy. It is reassuring to see so many young people of all nationalities. ...
... the cars are, how easy it is to sleep on them and how we would probably even have our own room on the car. Complete let down. In Thailand and on my prior trip through Europe, the trains and bunk beds were nice, they even fed us breakfast and they had food cars... little carts coming down the aisle and the whole bit. They were cozy. Not like our train in Poland. Our seats were in a little room with 6 seats in it. these seats did not fold down into ...
... rock, commemorating the lives of those who died there during WW11. Most of those who died were either from starvation, disease or murder from German soldiers. There were something like 160,000 total Jewish buried in this cemetery, and most were from the WWII era. Prior to this (I think the Cemetery was founded around 1880 or so), those buried in the cemetery were prominent, well to do Jews. Doctors, lawyers, business owners, etc.
The Ghetto ...
It was one of those late mornings again but we got going on a quest to find the Jewish ghetto.
In the war Jewish people were only allowed to be in one area of a city that was guarded by the Nazis.
We had real trouble finding our way but had fun doing it. Some of the roads had been dug up so we found ourselves driving through a road works site. It was all quite exciting. We only got hooted at ...