Oberza Sasiadow Apartments
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... side of the square to Nowa Wies to visit a sad little museum called Silesia House which was an unassuming building used as the Gestapo headquarters during the war. It has the original torture cells with original graffiti engraved into the walls as well as stories and photos of those unfortunate brave souls who endured interrogation, torture, executions and deportment to camps never to be heard from again. There was another portion ...
... such a dish is Mammoth. I was shown by Paul's Auntie years ago but this was the first time for the girls.
They made the dough in front of us and Danita had a go at rolling it out and both girls had a go at crimping the Pierogi before boiling them.
It was then time to sample all their efforts and they were simply delicious.
There were 11 of us for dinner and everyone complimented the Chefs for a job well done.
Unfortunately we discovered there is no ...
... where people would go about their business, flirt, get married, entertain guests, pay visits".
The section on Schindler is fabulous, with surviving offices and books, and best of all his desk and chair. But the entire museum is about Schindler, as we walk around the selfsame corridors and rooms and stairs of his factory. And that in itself is a powerful shot of authenticity; the building itself is the biggest exhibit of them all.
We venture forth back into ...
... reminded them of the war when lots of people had to live in a Very small space so they had to use all the space they could find.
We set off eventually for Krakow. The roads were quite good but there was a lot of traffic. We got there much later than we thought. A very kind lady meet us who has made an appointment for me to go to the garage ...
... who were constantly asking us if we wanted a city tour in their golf carts. This got old, fast. The Cloth Hall, which I read many raving reviews about, was a big let-down. It was an impressive enough building on the outside, but a quick two minute walk on the inside past vendors selling their wares (mostly high quality souvenirs) left me saying, "Is that all there is?" It wasn't until the second day there that I realized what really bothered me; I ...