Bochnia Hotel And Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... was built on the site of a town. The Nazis destroyed the town and used its bricks to built the first prisoner dormitories. When the bricks ran our they used wood and only used brick for the two chimneys in each dormitory. Each dorm would house 700 people. They were not large structures at all. They were lined with three story wooden racks about 1.5 meters wide on which seven people would sleep and share the one blanket which was riddled with lice. Those on top ...
... Schindler's list & after lunch four of us went back to look through the museum that's there now. It is a museum of Krakow's history, we spent an hour and half there and really enjoyed it, we all felt we could have easily stayed longer (we had to keep moving because of our tour booked in the afternoon). The museum was set up really well with lots of interactive exhibits. We had to be back at the hotel at 3.30pm to meet our bus tour, taking us out to ...
... Polish what Westminster Abbey is to the British. The history, chapels, dedications and tombs are all captured from the 13th century to the 19th century. Even beyond as Saint John Paul II gave his first mass in a chapel for his deceased mother, brother and father in a chapel in the crypt; then eventually served as Bishop and eventually Cardinal at the Cathedral up until 1978 when he became Pope. During this tour I also found a new saint that I love and want to ...
... former Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, which sits just below the old town. Although there are very few Jewish remaining here after all these years, there is a strong sense of community and the synagogues and old ways of the quarter give it a completely different feel. Kazimierz’s main square is called Plac Nowy – much smaller than Rynek Nowy, it has a rotunda building in the centre, old market stalls selling all sorts of odds and ends and stinky mangy pigeons everywhere, but it ...
... and/or murdered was to me something that I could visit as a memorial to the victims, but not as a tourist attraction. Our bus took us out to the town of Oswiecim and into the camp, with other travellers, mainly younger hostel guests. The rain had not let up and before we knew it we were grouped according to language, collected our audio devices and we entered. This was our first real brush with a full on tourist location. It was full, ...