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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... the inmates slept, six of them in each small section.
Over a million people - mostly Jews, but also gypsies, Russian POWs, political dissidents and homosexuals - passed through the gates of Auschwitz and beneath its infamous motto "Arbeit Macht Frei" - "Work makes us free". The vast majority of them never came out again. As the camp guards used to tell newly arrived prisoners to impress upon them the futility of attempting escape: "The only way out of Auschwitz ...
... had found in her google search sounded familiar. Hmmm…I was anxious to get home and check my records from the 2004 trip and settle the Marta mix-up once and for all.
Meanwhile, we had a pleasant meal with Marta- 2006, told her of our plans and had a chance to hear her ideas as well. An after-dark walk through the square back to our guesthouse was invigorating. Poland has been cold – in the 40s much of the time – ...
... of this day wandering around the city, seeing the beautiful Wawel palace and cathedral, the universities and otherwise meandering around. The Cathedral of St. Elizabeth is particularly beautiful; the inside is adorned with magnificent altars and the whole interior is painted in technicolor. The city has a really cool, gritty feel to it. Many of the buildings have fallen into disrepair and have a very eastern-bloc feel to them. Yet, much of the city is ...
... where the busker was playing the saw yesterday. Weathered statues looked down on the scene. Photos were taken around the castle and in a street where memorabilia for Pope John Paul could be viewed. Krakow Old Town stands up as one of the best in Europe. People on the street are polite except for some spruikers for tours. When you say "no"'they just smile and say "perhaps tomorrow". Not pushy. A well spoken taxi driver took us to the bus station. Here we boarded a mini bus for ...
... very similar to the style in Melbourne, even the coffee was nice! (It helps that the restaurant owner is from Italy and is really passionate about his food)
After lunch we went for another walk around Rynek (the main square). We still had a few gifts to buy. It was such a wonderful day, lovely and warm, not to hot. The Rynek was buzzy with crowds of people, we haven’t seen it so busy before, (the night before ...