Bochnia Hotel And Spa
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... on their devices. The second and third trains were quite a different story. Train two was from Ostrava, Czech across the border to Katowice, Poland. My biggest stress today came from my transfers because there was only ten minutes between getting off one train and finding your next. They are remarkably on time I've found so far... nearly to the second. Anyway, the second train, although only two hours, was ...
... have the opportunity to speak with him over the phone from Budapest & he seemed to be better, but took a turn for the worst shortly after. We had recently celebrated his 91st birthday. There is no funeral planned, but a private memorial when we return.
As I said we just got to Krakow, & it looks like a fantastic city. Will fill you in on it with the next blog.
Jim & Marilyn
... valuable possessions. They did not realise at this point that they were headed to their deaths, just relocation. The SS then confiscated all their personal items, sending anything of use or value back to Germany. There were rooms full of shoes, pots and pans and spectacles. The most moving display was a long room full of human hair. Prior to being committed to the gas chambers, the Jews were fully shaven and bathed. The hair was sold or used for fabrics ...
... there was none left. So the dragon demanded people instead and the Governor decided that something had to be done. He offered the hand of his beautiful daughter to anyone who could rid Wawel of the dragon. Princes and knights came from all over Europe, but none of them survived.
Then a shoemaker came to the city looking for work and he devised a cunning plan. He filled the carcass of a sheep with gunpowder and left it at ...
AM - Went on a guided tour through Kazimierz, the Jewish Quarter of Krakow, this morning in an electric vehicle! All of the inhabitants of this area were rounded up by the Nazis in WW2 and taken to a nearby ghetto and gradually exterminated. There are synagogues everywhere in here, most were restored after the war as the Nazis destroyed them or used them as warehouses etc. There are now Jewish cafés & restaurants and a vibrant Jewish feel ...