Ibis Budget Katowice Centrum
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... booked with us, so she wasn’t affected by the changes. We were all feeling a bit sluggish after an enormous lunch so that's one way to wake up I can tell you. And after that I didn’t turn down a couple of shots of home-made cherry vodka, very nice it was too.
We had a nice family afternoon and evening finishing with pizza while watching the family’s favourite ‘Les Miserables’ video, ...
... speaks fair English and Monica a few words but basically aside from Justyna and Andy it was all Polish. Andy did a really good job of translating too. I had my phone and was able to show them photos of our house off Facebook when a question was asked about Nelson, then conversation went from the Christchurch quakes to Ivan Mauger because Poland is keen on speedway, and Peter Snell because Darek’s father is keen on sport ...
... Scenes full of memories for all the miners who visit, for sure.
The next room was like a library with several little alcoves and a 'book stand’ on a screen in front of you – touch a bookmark and it the page turns showing the written history of early Silesia, so well done. All the touch screens had four different language options, all story boards had three languages so visitors really were thought about when the museum was built. I ...
... he pretty much gave the facts and figures with a minimum of emotion and I think that's important, it would be very easy to show your own opinion but he was very professional without being 'wooden’. I noticed the word ‘murder’ was used a number of times but I guess that’s exactly what it was. We went through various buildings and saw piles of spectacles, hair, suitcases, pots and pans, shoes…….only ...
... amp; were too weak to get out of bed to use the bucket toilets. The people in the lower bunks suffered from this as well.
We moved on to the last block on one of the rows to where over 100 tourists were waiting in line to get inside. Block 11 was like a prison within a prison. Here the Nazi’s conducted very brief trials for anyone deemed to be up to no good. The severe punishments were carried out in the basement of this block.
Prisoners sentenced ...