Wit Stwosz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... recipe that I can't wait to try out when we get home. http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/smok y-pulled-pork-and-slaw When we booked our accommodation through Air BnB for Poland I had three must haves; wifi, aircon, kitchen. Bring me my pans please and put me back where I feel at home, in the kitchen. The additional freebie we received with the apartment - Polish porn. For some strange reason, every time we used safari, a porn site would pop up. ...
... of life for some eras. Then walked down the tower to the Dragon's Den and saw the Dragon breath fire... Finished with a bit of shopping then indulged in the meal I have been waiting for - Golabki; rice and meat wrapped in cabbage in red sauce. It was delicious - I felt like I ate fast but each bite was so good. Then dessert was so nice like cream puffs. All outside in a beautiful garden. Tomorrow I am journeying to Auschwitz...should be an experience to learn ...
We got up super early, 5:30, to get packed and sorted and head to the airport. Unlike our trip to Dunlin, everything went amazingly to plan! We got to the bus stop just as our bus to the airport arrived. This took us direct and we checked our baggage, ate some breakkie, wandered to through security, collected a coffee, noodled around on the free Internet and caught our flight. Sadly no exit seat, but fine all the same. Our flight arrived on time and we were a little ...
... similar due to the number of churches there. Heading back to the hotel the shower screen was kind of fixed but they had to come back again to fix another panel as it was too big. I had a quick look at where to eat and headed round the corner to an pretty much empty restaurant. It was close to 7pm by this time so I don't know where everyone else was. I ordered some bruschetta, soup, apple cake and a litre of water all for the grand total of £9. Bargain. ...
... camp where prisoners are slowly killed through forced labour and starvation, it was not until 1942 that is also became a death camp. It quickly outgrew maximum capacity and so was split into three main camps and many other sub-camps. Auschwitz 1 continued its role as concentration and death camp and held around 15,000 prisoners (and up to 20k). Auschwitz 11 or Birkenau became the largest extermination camp where around 90% of all Auschwitz fatalities ...