Economy Silesian Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the end of the roadway is the Auschwitz memorial with plaques in many different languages and a cobblestone terrace said to be made up of 1,100,000 bricks, one for each prisoner who died in these prisons. Beside the memorial are the remains of gas chambers and incinerators but these are just a pile of tangled bricks and metal, the Germans destroyed them at the end of the war but nothing could destroy the surviving prisoners’ ...
... I scream at him in my mind. His lack of respect is astounding. We walk past a small barn at Birkenau, but we are not allowed to enter - two Holocaust survivors are being interviewed at the front door. One man is talking; his face is old, weathered, scarred. I don't understand what he is saying, but with a look of unbearable pain on his face, he begins to cry. He is uncovering memories that had since been forgotten. But they were never truly ...
If ever you are coming to Katowice the Best Western Premier Hotel is the place to stay and eat.
Did the booking thru "Booking.com" once again and not disappointed.
The rooms fantastic but the food fantastic.......errrrrrrrr.
Wanda was in "Polish Heaven",cold beetroot soup,cucumber salad and potato pancakes with salmon just like mum used to make.
Me, I went for the traditional "Polish chicken" and "chicken ...
A very quiet day compared to the last two weeks. We were all up latish, Patryk came home from his grandparents' place so we were able to play with him. He had his private island on his parents’ bed, pillows around it, so I sat with him and we had occasional cuddles and lots of talks. And we found out he had a tooth so everyone’s very proud of that. We ...
... is stripped bare there’s the absolute minimum to fix, replace, clean etc.
The flight was early to Katowice and it was SNOWING when we got outside the terminal. I love snow. Andy, Justyna and Jen came to pick us up (Jen had arrived in the morning from her few days in London), Patryk was at his grandparents’ for the night. And that’s the end of the Irish adventure and we only have ten days to go before we’re back in NZ. ...