Hotel Diament Plaza Katowice
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... pork rolls, salads, rice, roast chipped potatoes, thinly sliced smoked beef. Not only that, Justyna and Anna had made a few other things including borscht and pirogi (beetroot soup and meat dumplings), and just when we thought we’d finished Anna served that up with sliced bread. AND there was a cake as well as an enormous cheeseboard with grapes.
I should also say that the happy ...
... them a good round of applause. Then we went to the 19th floor 'Sky Bar' which overlooks the city, beautiful views at night. Andy’s friend is the manager, we’d met him both times we’ve been in Katowice so it was good to see him again. We had cocktails, admired the views, chatted, and ended up staying until 1am so it was well past bedtime when we got home.
Today’s touristing for ...
... I can highly recommend the Schindler Museum, which is located within his Enamel Factory as totally unmissable.
There is endless amounts of data available to those of you who are not familiar with what Oskar Schindler did - but this museum is not solely about that. In fact, it's the ideal place to start any visit to the West of the city.
So, of course, despite how disturbing I knew it would be there was no way I could pass up a visit ...
... to say the least.
We all boarded the shuttle bus to Birkenau, the second part of the camp. As soon as we got off the bus and spotted the rows and rows of barbed wire as far as the eye could see we knew this was going to be more intense. The same guide brought us to the old prisoners’ barracks, still intact and one of the crematoria’s. Within 45 minutes the tour was over. We couldn’t believe it. The camp was huge, at least ten times the size of ...
... century, and the second one was destroyed by fire in 1305. The castle has been invaded, occupied, fire-damaged, rebuilt, and was finally designated a museum after WW2 and a lot of restoration has taken place. It has a magnificent Renaissance central courtyard and a tour (which we did in 2007) goes through beautifully simple Renaissance-style rooms which contrast with really 'busy’ Baroque rooms.
The cathedral was very busy with a ...