Hotel Piramida Katowice Tychy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
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... flowers. Amazing! Dinner at the hotel with Wojtek, his wife Gabriella and five year old son William. Wojtek works in historical archives and is helping me uncover my family history. Lovely young people who then took us to see their house which they are slowly restoring. It looks as if it hasn't been touched in its hundred years and needs much restoration. At present it is uninhabitable. A real labour of love! Tomorrow Zakopane in the Tatra ...
... forced to work, bear in mind the average lifespan of a worker was three months. The two gas chambers were located at the end of the train tracks at the far end of the barracks. These were both blown up by the SS when they knew the war was lost as the Russian troops approached from the east. Their underground construction was still visible. Male and females were forced to undress in the same long room on entering the bunker, they had been told that they ...
... glasses, crutches/prosthetic legs, pots, clothes, and hair. Human hair. The Nazi's had collected all of these things upon arrival and I was seeing them with my own two eyes. It's one thing to hear the stories of those who survived because you can put a face to the living and to the story your hearing, but you can never put a face to the dead. It may not of been a face but seeing physical remnants of people who were murdered at the camp was shocking. I couldn't physically move myself ...
... appropriate. Every photo of the concentration camps we’ve seen in school books, every video of the grounds and museum we’ve seen in documentaries, all those scenes were there to be viewed in-person. It was an intense visit for both of us, and particularly emotional for the one of us who watched a documentary about the camps too young to know what it was all about. For a very na´ve child it was the first (then unbelievable) ...
... museum lay flowers in remembrance & the whole courtyard had a very uneasy feeling about it.
On one side of the courtyard 2 wooden posts stand on a slight angle & at the top is a hook. Here the Nazis would punish those that had conspired to create an uprising or escapes. The prisoners would have their hands tied behind their backs & would then be lifted to hang on the hooks by the hands, dislocating both shoulders & then shot dead.
It is sickening ...