Hotel Stadion Slaski
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Today we went to the zoo and looked at all the wonderful animals there that you can't find in Melbourne.My favourite animal is a giraffe because it has such long and beautiful eye lashes and long necks that are almost as high as a long tree. Then we went on a chair lift which is similar to a ...
... 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 ...
... people are heavy smokers, unlike the Czech Republic where smoking was minimal. Credit card or cash are OK here when paying, in CZ it was always cash only! The air is very clean, neither of us have had sinus problems; usually at home after 10 minutes cycling my nose is leaking all over the place, here I've never had to carry a handkerchief whilst cycling. Lana has also said her sinuses have never been better, there is no dust anywhere, except at the back of a ...
... awe, the continuing array of atrocity seems to batter and numb the senses: the Execution Wall; the notorious Prison Block 11, where the first experimental killings using Zyklon B were carried out; the gallows for public execution in front of the Appel Platz for all to see; Block 10 was where unspeakable "medical" investigations took place is not even open, but sinisterly sealed and locked; the commandant's house, sitting on site, close to the fun, and where Rodolf Hoess' young family grew ...
... reconstructed like museums. In the first one they show a little bit of the history behind Auschwitz as well as the origin of people who died there. Most of the people were from Hungary and Poland.
In the second one it was even more shocking. When the Soviets entered the camp, many of the evidences about the mass murders were already destroyed because one of the head leaders of the Nazis, Himmler, ordered to destroy most of the evidences a few weeks before the end of ...