Wit Stwosz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... ride the train. She got off the train while her brother and father stayed on because they were tired. She just wanted fresh air. The train went directly to the gas chambers and she never saw her family again. The tour guide told us that the survivor talks a lot about the guilt she feels that she didn’t make her family get off of the train. I think seeing Auschwitz in the winter also had a greater impact on me because of how cold I was in all my layers, ...
... and/or murdered was to me something that I could visit as a memorial to the victims, but not as a tourist attraction. Our bus took us out to the town of Oswiecim and into the camp, with other travellers, mainly younger hostel guests. The rain had not let up and before we knew it we were grouped according to language, collected our audio devices and we entered. This was our first real brush with a full on tourist location. It was full, ...
... buskers are out in full force. We take in the atmosphere as we wander through the streets and enjoy some very entertaining people watching.
Thursday we spent the day wandering through old town, along the river and through the castle. Old town Krakow is among the first sites chosen for the UNESCO World Heritage List! Tours of Auschwitz and the Wieliczka Salt Mine, which also are ...
... the afternoon.
Because we have no Polish currency left - we couldnt pay the price to take photos - so here is a link to the salt mine -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wieliczka_ Salt_Mine - pictures dont really do it justice.
Its been a great day - and tomorrow is Prague... ahhhh, Prague - how i have wanted you ever since the INXS video... Never tear us apart
... When the pits could hold no more ash, they were emptied into sacks and taken to be used as filling to repair roads. Even today, our guide explained, human bone is still occasionally discovered on the sides of roadways around Auschwitz and Birkenau. The memorial was erected at the site of the pits to remember the 1000's of unknown victims.