BEST WESTERN Hotel Galicya
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... was the alter area.
I feel like it's almost as hard to find the words to describe the beauty of this, as it was to find the words to describe the horror of yesterdays visit to Auschwitz.
A calm underground lake was also great to see. In years gone by tourists were taken on boat rides on the lake, but now at around 9000 tourists a day this is not possible. The first tourists started visiting the mine in the 1700's with entry granted by permission from ...
... info on the origins of a Ghetto). Oscar Schindler wasn't a perfect man, he did many bad things in his life, but he did save an awfully large amount of Jewish Poles from certain death which makes him great. I've not seen the movie, but the museum tells us the true story (I was told that Hollywood made up a lot of the story......I know, I couldn't believe it either!) of Schindler, and of life in Krakow for all it's citizens, Jewish or not, from the mid 1930's until after the ...
... section of the site) is restored from the funds of the Ministry of Culture and Art; · from 1996: the entire defensive structure of the Saltworks Castle, i.e. three main buildings (The House Amidst the Salt Mine – Dom Pośród Żupy, The Salt Mine House – Dom Żupny, and the southern wing) are made available to visitors, as well as a defence wall from the end of the 13th century, ruins of a Medieval Saltworks kitchen and a Gothic tower ...
Today we went on a tour of the auschwitz concentration camps. It was a jaw dropping experience, trying to fathom what when in the camp itself was very difficult. We were able to see the living conditions of the jews. With there being 12 women on a triple bunk bed, rats as big as cats, eating ...
... as she led us down 65 metres below ground she kept starting off her spiels with “My Dearies”. We walked down 35 or so flights of stairs to reach the start of the tour. The first thing we saw were not the salt walls in which we had been told you could lick but timber. So much timber had been lugged down these shafts to stabilize the mine it is ridiculous and impossible to fathom the amount of effort gone into it. As we entered our first salt walled cavern she told ...