Hotel Stara Poczta
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... he said. I thought it was just a flippant remark, a joke because he'd got it wrong, but he went on to explain that they do it a lot in Krakow. Most of the streets in the old town are one way, but apparently you never know if it's going to be north to south or south to north. The traffic can be going one way for a few months when all of a sudden they change it and make it run the other way. It causes plenty of headaches for commuters and it's not hard to see ...
... where upon ascending the remaining watchtower for a bird's eye view of the area, we were harmlessly attacked by flying ants! These little fellows come here for only 2 weeks of the year. How lucky were we??? We then proceeded along the route to Mirow and Bobolice. The castle at Bobolice has mostly been restored and was fabulous. We learned a lot about Polish history and finished up lunching at the base of ...
... of the ‘Operation Barbarossa’ on June 22 1941, till the winter of 1941 and early 1942.
As the fighting on the so-called Eastern Front would grow in ferocity, the Germans would prefer to instantly execute any Partisans, Party Commissars and others, along with the inhabitants of the villages they encountered. The lightning fast advances made by the Panzer tank armies under Generals Karl-Heinz Guderian and Hoth, leading to their closing of ...
... of cities: 69
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 129
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 22
# of taxis: 2
... prisoners were forced to use the toilet at the same time. We saw the gas chamber and crematorium that the SS men attempted to blow up and destroy when the Allies were on their way to liberate the camp.
A very touching moment on the tour happened at Birkenau. In the back there is a large memorial sculpture to the victims. At this memorial there was a large group of visitors from Israel. They gathered around the memorial and the Rabbi or ...