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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... address but was waiting out the front of her house for me.
By this stage all I really wanted was somewhere to sleep, but we didn’t go inside. She did eventually explain that I couldn’t come upstairs with her because roommate happened to be her ex-boyfriend. There was no convincing her this time. It’s now 5:30am and I have no idea where I am, and Dan’s phone is still dead. So I start aimlessly wondering the streets and ...
... two dogs...she expected the dogs to fit in this tiny compartment with 8 people. This whole time Jessica and I are reading, and kind of lost since they're only speaking in Polish and we don't know a single word. When the lady with the dogs comes in, the guy who's been sitting next to me for 5 hours, get's up to put her bag overhead. As he stands in front of us, he says "excuse me" in English. It took awhile to realize that was English, and Jessica and I were shocked. ...
... much of the camp was destroyed by Nazi's, the size of the place, fenced off with barbed wire stretching almost as far as the eye can see, provides an idea of the scale of this heinous crime. I will leave you with the photos. I didn't find the camps as confronting as thought I would however I can only put this down to the neatly cut grass, the beautiful trees and the calmness at both locations. The biting wind did provide a chill factor though and a stark reminder if what could have ...
... prisoners would then be made to burn the bodies in the crematoriums or sometimes in open fir pits due to the insufficient number of crematoriums to handle the large amounts of dead bodies. The average life expectancy of a prisoner at the Auschwitz concentration camp was three months. If the prisoners were not gassed or murdered then they would died of other causes such as starvation, exhaustion or diseases such as typhoid. Cruel medical experiments were often carried out on ...
... full of negativity toward you, but I have a sneaky suspicion that you may have just started these rumours so you can have this fantastic place to yourselves. So Poland, I don't care what people say, you’re pretty ace to me and because of ...