Park Hotel Diament Katowice
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... during the war. Through the visit we learned the terrible truth about concentration camps and about the horrible acts against humanity that took place. Although somber, it was something that everyone should be able to see in their lifetime. It stands as a reminder of the past that we should not forget. All in all, it was an experience that left many of us speechless but is something that we will always ...
... only by a small door at floor level, four people had to stand in an area less than 1m square; another cell packed people in, the room was sealed and they suffocated.
Outside the punishment block was a memorial courtyard with fresh flowers, and remembrance of a priest, Maximilian Kolbe, who took the place of a prisoner sentenced to starve to death and starved himself. He was made a saint for his selflessness. But in this ...
... rubbish, a copper kettle , corn dollies (look it up) and even a log!! I think it was the rustic look but wondered if it was a psychometric test instead. I ordered what I thought was a starter and main but got two main courses served on two large plates at the same time. The potato and cheese dumplings were excellent as was the breadcrumbed ...
... I did not realise there were two camps, Auschwitz 1 which was originally and still is today the town of Oswiecim, invaded, renamed and people displaced from their land at German occupation.
This camp is mainly brick buildings, comprising of the hospital in which terrible medical experiments were undertaken. It has one remaining in tact gas chamber that we toured - just awful - the other chambers they destroyed towards the end ...
Jen and I were wakeful, she barely slept before leaving for the airport with Andy and Justyna around 4am and we were sorry to see her leave but so happy that she'd been able to get to Poland to be with us. Patryk had woken when they left so Pete managed to get him back to sleep then we both slept until around 8.30 when Andy brought Patryk in to play with his Nan and Granddad on our last ...