Hotel Marysin Dwor
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... when it was recognised and waved straight through, and they managed to evade capture completely. Well done!
The last stop was the gas chambers and incinerators..
The tour next took us five minutes by bus to Birkenau camp, this massive 140 hectare site is the site of famous photos of prisoners being sorted as they came out of cattle trucks after travelling from as far as Denmark, no sanitation, food or water for up to ...
Nearly 6 months spent in England was absolutely enough for me! Hard work, horrible weather, no social life and constant argues with many people made me really exhausted. Going there I was full of hope, I thought - it's the beginning of a new life! But I was completely wrong. Maybe it was my fault? I don't know. But I;m strongly convinced that after that expedition I'm more mature, more experinced and definitely it will bring benefits in future.
My bed ! I missed you soooo badly.
Whilst we were in Southern Poland, we decided to go to Auschwitz. It was somewhere we had both wanted to go to before we even left for our trip, but we had dismissed it thinking that it really was too far North, however, as we had made it this far, it seemed like a very good opportunity. Auschwitz is an hour away from Krakow, and so we started the day early, drove one painfully slow hour out of the city and into Oswiecim, which is actually the name of the town that the camp was built ...
... until we get home so the mess in the hotel room will be minimal.
We went out for dinner with Anna and Jan, Jeff and Sylwia to a pizza place, had a nice meal and Patryk was very good (he enjoyed gnawing on a pizza crust, it must have felt good on those two tiny teeth). My tears finally came when we arrived at the restaurant and I saw Patryk in Anna’s arms, so comfortable and ...
... they checked through them and re-xrayed them. Then I was pretty surprised when the old dear across the aisle pulled out some scissors and a couple of needles to do her handwork. Just as well she didn’t try to attack the flight attendant to get some free food and drink instead of paying a fortune (no free meals on Ryanair either).
Actually one of the flight attendants was a pretty good sort. I asked him about the empty seats then ...