Witek Hotel and Conference Centre
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... at midnight. At 4am when our alarm went off, we noticed an email from TripIt.com, a travel organization app we use, saying that our ENTIRE ITINERARY HOME had been cancelled by Air Berlin at precisely 12:23am. After 3 hours on Skype with American Airlines (who we had booked tickets through) and AirBerlin (who was the air carrier from Poland to Germany), the final explanation was that nobody knew why our tickets had been cancelled; the flight ...
... gave a far better depiction of the amount if people murdered. Over six million Jews were murdered which is like the entire population of New Zealand. The babies shoes and artificial legs were the beginning of the waterworks for me and I nearly left after the next exhibit. Afterwards we went next door where we learnt about life at the camp. The prisoners were expected to work 11 hour days and were given only 1700 calories a day and many starved ...
... been travelling with for the last few days) and Michael (who is from Berlin but I met him in Israel). It was really good to see them and have some much needed lunch. Between the bus ride yesterday and the shena****ns this morning, I hadn't eaten since lunch yesterday. We had pirogies at a traditional Polish restaurant, and they were awesome! I had five filled with meat and five with turkey and carrots, both kinds were great. It was good to catch up with Michael as ...
... me chills and made me feel disgusted. I could hear in the air, the shrieks and cries of the past. Tears came easily as I viewed the mountains of eye glasses and hair and shoes – that are still there – now on display.
My guide was tremendous. She spoke in a straightforward tone but with some emotion about what happened at Auschwitz. The Jewish people were robbed of their lives.
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... into two girls who we'd met in Warsaw, also from Australia. They wanted to know where Number 4 of our group was (Natan). Our tour ended at Wawel Castle, which was an amazing looking building, and saw the dragon statue which actually breathes fire every 5 minutes or so. Then we walked back to the square with Amy and Sam, the Aussie girls, then home to check on Number 4. He was finally out of bed, so we went down for lunch at Moo Moo Burgers. We decided to walk to ...