Hotel Diament Plaza Katowice
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... only way he lived through it was because he had the will to live. You had to have that every day. He saw people give up and they died within weeks or months. The other crucial factor was having a good job. If you had a job inside or near the kitchen, you had a much better chance of survival since the winters were brutal and there was little heat and food. You needed both of these things to be a survivor.
Left Prague for krakow today. When I boarded the train I received a complimentary Bohemia Sect (champagne) and a cup of fresh fruit. Nice being in first class!
My next train was delayed so that kinda threw me off schedule. No biggy though. After all, they gave me a complimentary drink - a scooby doo apple juice drink box. What?
... of being the most dangerous railway station in Poland with thugs, drugs etc…………. it’s still there with the underground train platforms but the whole area above the station has been redeveloped into a very high end mall with beautiful shops, lots of cafes, it’s warm and light with two atriums.
Highlights of the mall had to be seeing a REALLY good pavlova in one of the cafés ...
... As promised after the movie we were met by our English speaking guide – and a whole whack of other visitors.
We were both a little taken aback about how many people were there of all different cultures and languages taking tours of their own. Dan was a little disappointed about this as it would certainly detract from our experience. Though I certainly agreed that it would be a less personal tour I thought it was nice to see so many ...
... is a very, very beautiful place. Janey and Jeremy were very much looking forward to spending Monday and Tuesday there and were already planning a walking tour, a more in-depth visit to the castle and cathedral, and a few other things, whereas Leah and Dave were leaving Monday morning so were pleased to get up to the castle with us all today.
The castle and cathedral date from the 14th century, but the first cathedral on the site was built in ...