Klimczok Hotel Resort & SPA
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... concentration camps used in world war I I. The experience was completely unlike anything any of us had experienced before, and it truly held a dampening atmosphere that left many students feeling gloomy. During the tour, the group was shown the different buildings and procedures that took place in the camp. It was also explained how the terrible acts took place on the site, and how things would ...
... II to differentiate it from Auschwitz I, the photo in the crowd scene above. Birkenau at 480 acres is seven times the size of Auschwitz I, and is the site of where most all the killing occurred.
Like candles sprouting from candelabras, spread out over Auschwitz-Birkenau, are several hundred acres of chimneys, once part of wooden barracks, which no longer survive.
This is one of the rooms, with the only physical remains of dead Jews ...
... or run. But they do have a very good restaurant, two in fact, and the menu was quite extensive. Had the obligatory beer first, then ordered Italian dishes, risotto and baked eggplant stuffed with rice & tomato and pesto. This was followed by a very good ice cream, shared. Last day of this ride tomorrow, about 25 kms in the morning then picked up & driven into Krakow for a few days R & R before we hit the Pilica River Trail to Warsaw. ...
... the gallows where Hoess met his end in 1947, ironically on his home patch; and finally, the very earliest Gas Chamber to be used at Auschwitz. All in all, it is one hell of a morning, but there is plenty more yet to enjoy.
Sometime during the summer of 1941, the decision was made to extend Auschwitz. A second camp was constructed down the road and around the corner at a tiny village called Birkenau. Some ten thousand Soviet PoWs were used to build the new camp, and ten ...
... is over 178 miles long. We walked 2.2 miles through the mine with a guide. .It was also an exercise in stair climbing.
Our tour guide to Auschwitz, Birkenau and the Salt Mines was Phil, a middle-aged British ex-pat from Liverpool and Essex. He had previously been the ground transportation manager at London’s Heathrow International airport. Five years ago, while visiting Poland to watch a crew competition that a son of a friend of his was competing ...