Hotel Diament Zabrze
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50 km west of Krakow, by the Vistula River lies a medium sized Polish town called Oświęcim. The world, however, knows it better by the name the Nazis gave it - Auschwitz. The first and largest of all the extermination camps. The Nazis were to build 5 more in Poland alone.
Having visited the Dachau extermination camp in Germany in 1987, I knew going to Auschwitz was going to be an emotional experience, yet, I had to do ...
... later. Seriously. I'm going to have to give Poland's train system a solid D minus! My grade was confirmed by a local guy who commented to me, "I hate Polish trains! We are 50 years behind." To make the situation even juicier, all of the first class beds were reserved. So much for that extra $500 I was forced to spend on a first class Eurail pass. I thought I would spend all 9 hours of the trip from Krakov to Prague in a vertical position, but I ...
... big enough for about four people if they all breathed in together. The pulpit is beautifully painted, there’s a carved altar which contains the original stone altar (he pulled off the lid and showed us – it’s amazing what you can find out through mime), and he also pointed out the walls weren’t just old wood stained by time; they ...
... party to it, you would have to cauterise any sense of morality.
Remember and never let it happen again.
We hit the road at a bout 4.30 in the afternoon (peak hour for tractors), and slowly at first made our way south towards Hungary. Arrived at the border crossing back into Slovakia, and got waved over to the side of the road by ?policia? Customs? Guarda??? Rach frantically dived for the Polish book to get some language that we may well need in ...
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.