Hotel Noma Residence Promnice
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... several gift shops have a library of books, brochures, pamphlets, full color, mugs, plaques and all manner of similar paraphernalia. And the buses are lined up disgorging people from all around the world.
Our tour guide had a hard edge to her. I don’t have a clue how many tourist trips through Auschwitz she has guided but I got the sense, regardless of the repetition, it is still a very personal experience for her. When Norma asked if she had ...
... here faster!! He took an incredible roundabout way, travelling west then north then east. And that was with a GPS navigator in the vehicle! This is a huge 4**** Hotel with tiny rooms, it's also a Spa and Wellness place for the well heeled of Polish society. Not my type of accommodation, I'd rather stay in a Pension or 3*** hotel in the centre of town where everything is close by, like last night. This Hotel is 5km out of Oswiecim centre, have to get a taxi there ...
... extremely distressing. Each suitcase was marked with the name and address and birthdate of the owner, personalising them in a very graphic way. It is a truism in the business of Holocaust Appreciation, that the pain and agony and death of one identifiable soul is more meaningful than the usual grim parade of deathly statistics. Because you can't tell the story of each and every one of them.
However, the piece de resistance in the Circus of Holocaust Horror is the Chamber of Hair. ...
... salt mines still in operation. The mine's attractions include dozens of statues, three chapels and an entire cathedral that has been carved out of the rock salt by the miners.The Wieliczka salt mine reaches a depth of 1,073 ...
... on earth because it still feels like that.
I didn't know what to expect and on the bus ride there, I was nervous and felt a little nauseous. We finally arrived and decided to take the shuttle bus to Birkenau first. Someone told us it was best to save Auschwitz for last so there we were. We bought a tour guide book to help us navigate our way around the huge complex and to know what we were heading into before we went in to the separate buildings. As soon as we walked under ...