Novotel Krakow City West
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... My Grandma immigrated to the US when she was 3 years old so she spoke German; when she married my Grandfather (they moved in with his parents who immigrated from Poland when they got married) she stated that she learned Polish so she could learn what they were saying about her - she could understand it, but not speak it. So watching the movie was interesting seeing she could understand without subtitles. That was the only time I watched the movie and unfortunately ...
... even told to hang their clothes up and remember were you placed them so that they could grab them on the way out. They then passed through to the next room to be showered. The nazis had installed fake shower heads to give the impression that it actually had shower facilities, this was not the case. The doors were locked behind them and through two square cut outs in the roof, the lethal gas was dropped. The Jews now knew that death was imminent. The screams and cries would last for ...
... 8221; will be taking us from Warsaw to the Polish countryside where all of this started. We will be hitting Tykocin, Lublin, Krasnik, Lezajsk, Jaroslaw, Tarnow, and Krakow. The Jewish population of each of these towns was 30-60% of the total. Our bus DVDs include “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Escape from Sobibor”, “ The Pianist”, “Schindler’s List”, and “Eagles over Auschwitz.” We will be spending hours ...
... more generic / anonymous and you can buy tins of it in Bargain Booze anyway. Rich enjoyed the Apple Pie. Met up with Jason's friend Artur who was really friendly, despite dashing our illusion of drinking authentic beer when he told us that Okocim was brewed by Carlsberg. Artur went fairly early, ending any anxiety that he would lead us into a debauched and morally questionable night out. Instead he had a really broad knowledge of Krakow's history, explaining ...
... 1, learning about the history of the camp and what had gone on there. There were three Auschwitz camps and we visited two that day. Auschwitz 1 had been a place for the Polish military before the war and therefore was built rather well compared to the other to camps. Auschwitz 2 was the concentration camp that most would recognize from the movies and history books. Mostly Auschwitz 1 was for male prisoners or at least young and strong ...