Hotel Diament Zabrze
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... the ruins of the facilities (the nazis dynamited everything before the camp liberation to try and cover their tracks). You see the buildings still standing, the barracks, the showers. You see the fields where they buried the corpses, where they spread the ashes coming from the crematorium directly.... You stand there and try to picture, to imagine all the suffering and violence going on...in this place that is nowadays so quiet and green ...
... down, a good 5-6 more steep climbs were awaiting me... I managed to do them all without walking though, so I patted myself on the back and had a hemp seed energy bar. ******n Tatras. it felt good to be in Poland though, as I had been here 4 times before, I felt right at home, and once in Żywiec decided to have polish food and beer, as a reward to all this climbing. Beer is good but it tends to increase muscle pain, and I soon realized the climbing was not over, as ...
... the capability of human beings to show pure love. The gate to Auschwitz being a simple metal sign that illustrates humanity's capacity for pure hatred. Once past the gate you're ushered through numerous buildings, some recreations, some the original structures. You see masses of personal effects, eyeglasses, shoes, suitcases, kitchen utensils and most poignently, dolls. One of the few exhibits where all photos are prohibited is an enclosure filled with over ...
"let this be a monument to despair and a reminder to humanity"
These are the words from the memorial at Auschwitz-Birkenau II. Today I went to see the concentration camps Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau II. I will not fill this entry with my thoughts and feelings on the museum because I think that it would be incredibly crass to describe my little woes today given the scale of the suffering that went on here over such a prolonged ...
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.
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