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... much larger underground gas chambers and furnaces, and the women's barracks for those selected for hard labour instead of execution. New arrivals often had to sit in the entryway of the buildings for a few days because there was no room, but people would regularly die from disease or heat or cold or exhaustion or malnutrition, and that would make room for the new entrants, so they'd get a place to sleep within a couple of days usually. At the far side ...
... something we thought they had organised because we were visiting and it would be a nice thing to do.
However, when we were all chatting in the living room Andy said he was happy we had come to stay, and in addition to the Mass he and Justyna would be very pleased if we could join them in celebrating their marriage in the Catholic church. Well, you could have knocked me over with a feather – ...
... a little house, two storeys with 24 kids and two teachers. When you pick up your child you press a buzzer, tell them your name, then they bring him downstairs and give a brief report of what he’s done that day. I’m not sure how much outside playing is done, didn’t have a good look around but inside is bright and warm.
In the evening Anna and Jan joined us for a Thai meal, a first for them, and we all enjoyed ...
... m sure they do.
More narrow, winding staircases followed when we went to the castle walls and down through a narrow spiral to caves at river level, reputedly the lair of Smok the dragon. According to legend Smok could only be stopped from destroying the countryside by sacrificing young maidens to him, and eventually the only one left was the king’s daughter. Desperate to save her the king promised her in marriage to anyone who could ...
... I liked was the Curators’ Choice – 24 items from different curators and the first photo is from that, especially for Chris B: the Lismullin POSSET Bowl. Chris makes the most delicious creamy lemon posset from Jo Seagar’s recipe, though it doesn’t bear any resemblance to the recipe in the museum which is milk, wine or ale, and fine breadcrumbs. They also had a beautiful Burne Jones tapestry, and a very elongated 13C ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility