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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ghetto's before deportation to the concentration camps. For fun the Germans would shoot at the Jews looking out their windows in the ghetto and former ghetto buildings are still pockmarked with the holes.
Fortunately the city was only bombed once, on Sept 1st to cut off trains. The city mayor had sent the towns army off to fight elsewhere and they posted a white flag of surrender on top of WawelCastle so when the Germans arrived it was a free city so they didn't ...
... I was again too early to check them out, but I came back later in the afternoon and found one vendor who was selling hand carved wooden nativity scenes. As I still am not used to how cheap the Zloty really is, I got the smallest one for 20 zl, which I now realize is only $5.38, but it's cute and a great gift for myself.
As I continued along, I enjoyed looking in the shop windows at the various foods and goods for sale. The street I was on ...
... With an envious burger range and just about every condiment you could ask for we were not disappointed, Brendon went for the jaw dislocating and aptly named Mammoth whilst Shaylee was a little reserved with a chicken, bacon and avocado ensemble. Bellies full and impending food coma on the horizon we once again loaded our packs onto our backs and headed to the train station for our afternoon trip to Warsaw, given the choice again I don’t think we would have left.
... an experience we'll never forget. The enormous piles of glasses, shoes, brushes & other personal belongings was incredibly sobering. But the thing that struck us the most was the 2000 tones of human hair, some still in braids, such a personal thing and so degrading to the bodies to take their hair. Seeing that really added a whole new dimension of reality to it & to the sheer number of victims for ...
... creepy buildings where doctors and scientists performed experimental surgeries on people, which either killed them or left them deformed. Of course, the doctors didn’t bother to give them drugs to numb the pain—they were the equivalent of Guinea Pigs. Barbed wire fences and wooden watchtowers were everywhere, just as I’m sure everyone has seen in the movies.
We left Auschwitz I and went to Auschwitz II, which is at least three times as large as ...