- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... concentration camps used in world war I I. The experience was completely unlike anything any of us had experienced before, and it truly held a dampening atmosphere that left many students feeling gloomy. During the tour, the group was shown the different buildings and procedures that took place in the camp. It was also explained how the terrible acts took place on the site, and how things would ...
... wrote down some directions and tickets that I needed to buy on a piece of paper. as I prepared to go stand in line to buy the tickets, we realized that the train left in 2 minutes and we would not make it. So I went back to the lady and we found out that the next option was an overnight train, leaving at 5:30 that night (it was around 11 am at this point). we did not really have other options, so we booked the train and locked our bags in a locker at ...
... it was more like a window with a cover on it. it turns out that people could order beers or food from the bar and they would serve it to you from the bar through the window! The crazy thing is that this was the dorm! you could order beer from your dorm through a hole in the wall! This happened a couple times while we were drinking beer at this bar. There was soccer on and people had laptops out, watching youtube videos and laughing - having a good ...
... None of us had ever been there before but we see lots of Polish lorries on our motorways and Ed and Willow have some Polish friends so it was quite exciting. The motorways were very quiet and the roads were new so very easy to drive on. We at last found a little village Ed wanted to visit where the Nazis had taken over a big house and killed lots of Jews. They had been buried in a wood near by. ...
... I caught a bus from Krakow to Olkusz (about 50km) and then my friend picked me up and we drove the last 250km via Ogrodzieniec and Czestochowa. Went to a couple of castles on the way, saw the Polish desert ( 32 sq km of sand in the middle of farmland but is a real desert ( the Germans trained their African corps here!!!!!), the Monestry of Jasna Gora at Czestochowa ( all Polish pilgrims come here) and a huge open cast coal mine complete with a polluting coal fired power ...