Ibis Katowice Zabrze
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Unescorted trips to the camp are no longer allowed in the camp. The guide we had was excellent and respectful when he spoke and he did it with such sensitivity. As we started our walk through the two camps - Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau, we pass through the main gate with the ironic and now well-known words "Arbeit Macht Frei" ("Work Makes You Free").
We were taken to the various blocks, everyone quiet and solemn ...
... in the passageway when the train stopped at 1:30AM and I happened to see one of the cabins empty out completely. I moved my stuff into it and laid down across 3 chairs. The train must have stayed at that stop for two hours because I got a good nap in! Just before we got to Prague my original cabin-mates came and found me to ask if I had seen anyone suspicious enter their cabin or walking on the train. One of the girls' bag was stolen during the ...
... very, very faint frescoes (we caught that word too). What I took to be the font seems to be a lump of rock with a bowl-shape hollowed out the top, sitting just near the door. There’s a painting of the true Pope (Polish of course, John Paul II, I’m not so sure they even recognise the existence of the current Pope in Poland, at least not ...
... started to have a mild panic, while I calmly wound down the window. Mr. Official came to the window, and I said “hello”, and then Mr. Official started waving his hands around saying “OK! OK!, OK!” It appeared we were fine to go. On thinking about it, it possibly did appear that Mr. Official saw a big, very hairy man, in a German van, speaking to him in English, and thought, “Ah, bugger it, its not worth it!”
The drive ...
... had morning meeting. Every morning (with the exception of travel days) we start our day with a morning meeting. The promotional team representing the city will discuss the day's schedule and add a fact or two about the city. Then various people and/or groups or representatives (i.e. the show team, the music intern, or the poetry club creator) will give an announcement. Today our city runners (2 students that make the morning meeting order and take notes) decided that each ...