Hotel Diament Zabrze
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... noisy, no train number posted; but they all ended up being on time! The bus made it to the stop near the train station with only a few minutes to spare and I wanted to reserve my overnight train from Oswiecim (Auschwitz) to Prague (for a connection to Dresden, Germany in the morning). I ran to the station, waited in line behind an old geezer for a couple minutes, then gave up and headed out to the platform. My train from there was moving at ...
... and tormented eyes, there were freshly shaved people in striped pyjamas smiling, as if it were a glamour shot. I wonder what they thought they were in for.
(A little kind of unrelated side note - the diversional therapist in me was interested in a little corner which talked about the prisoners playing games, writing poems, pracising their faiths, sketching, writing and playing music etc. Leisue eh. Can't live without it. Can't even die without it.)
... were found at there. There were enormous piles of men, women and children’s shoes in one room, where the pile went from wall to wall and from floor to ceiling. Another room was full of people’s suitcases. Another had a pile of prisoner’s glasses. There was another room which I thought was just full of sand-bags, but instead it was bags full of over 70 tonnes of prisoner’s hair.
One particular place in the camp ...
On entering the camp, we passed under the Arbeit Macht Frei sign. This is not the original sign which was recently stolen and recovered, it is still being restored after being cut into pieces. The camp was converted from an army barracks, so the buildings here were solid brick buildings and looked a lot nicer than the ones we had seen at Sachsenhausen, apparently they still would have been just as cold and miserable as the wooden huts in other camps. ...
Alright! Here's post #2 for the night :) I wanted to write about my day yesterday. It was so incredibly fun and full of energy! I laughed and laughed all day long.
Yesterday (Friday) was a Vattanfall show day which means that we have all morning for rehearsal, and then the afternoon and night are filled with lunch, getting ready, a couple of sporadic performances, random workshops and other activities, dinner, and then our hour-long show.