Marena Wellness & Spa
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Some History of Majadanek (compiled by Randy Fried)
Camp construction began in October of 1941 with the arrival of 2000 Soviet
prisoners, most of whom were dead by February of 1942. Construction
continued until Russian forces liberated the camp in 1944.
On December 11, 1941, the SS rounded up more than 300 Jews in the streets
of Lublin and selected 150 of them as ...
... only nationality to not actually eat breakfast. We ended up with perfumed eggplant as it was the closest thing to egg there was. It just reminded me of Boris. The waiter came to take our order for drinks and Sarah panicked as she hadn't read the menu and ordered a daiquiri, for breakfast. He brought us a jug of water with a lemon in the top. Thinking we should pour it through the lemon for a cheeky fusion, the water went everywhere and the lemon fell perfectly into Sarah's ...
... station we used our pass to board a sleek train to Chopin airport, However there was a LOT of walking to the terminal for our LOT flight to Amsterdam. Our zloty was getting a little scherzo (scarce oh) but we had a nice meal before the flight. Leonie was intrigued to know why she needed a boarding pass to buy a bottle of water in a non duty free shop when she could buy a bottle of water without a pass at our restaurant. How could anyone ...
... arrangement, internet drop outs and TV reception. Only CNN in English. Climbing 8 flights of stairs to room 4 was problematic. We ventured out into the square and Main Street to buy tea towels. It was very warm again and the crowds were pushing through the Krakow Gate into the square. We bumped into Ram and and Dominika recovering from the big night and holding a caricature from an artistic friend. They were going back to the Palace to clear up decorations. Our plan ...
... we struggled up the stairs to our top floor penthouse. When breakfast arrived at 8 am with the newly appointed maid, it was the full Polish number with bread, meats, cheeses, pate, jams, tomato - no cereal or fruit. We had some for a light lunch. Nev made a vain attempt to find an SD memory card around the old town and commercial centre. Eventually we were saved by Amita who had a spare 16 gig card. Around 1.30 we wandered down he cobblestones to the Castle. Bella was on Simon's back ...