Centrum Wypoczynku ODYS
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... full blast, but I guess I could deal with that. The return trip took over 2 hours. Oh and I wanted a salad for dinner but couldn't find one so I took the next best thing, a kebab wrap that had lettuce, tomato and cucumber.
In the book I bought, there is a section about the debate of whether to call it a museum, memorial, or cemetery. Some wanted to plow it all under to erase it from the landscape. I am not ...
... shoes belonging to the victims, as well as a room filled with human hair, mainly from women victims. After prisoners had died, their bodies were shaved and their hair kept to make into blankets and socks for sailors. Another confronting element was the room full of empty canisters. These had contained Zyklon B, the gas used in the gas chambers. Just one was needed to kill a whole room. The site is made up of many buildings, each of which housed 700 to ...
... round of gassing would cement it as the chosen method for dispatching the large numbers of incoming ‘transports’, in the most efficient manner
Inside the ‘Block of death’ is an indoor gallows with it’s trapdoor, fenced off and silhouetted just before one steps into the courtyard. In an anteroom next to the gallows is a pile of clothes worn by the condemned prisoners, and removed just prior to their execution in the ...
During my first week in Krakow, I visited the Auschwitz & Birkenau concentration camps. Obviously, these are very solemn places to visit, so I will try to be sensitive about it in my descriptions. I took a number of photos at the sites; not to be voyeuristic, but simply to serve as visual aids in recounting my experience there.
I decided to make the journey to Auschwitz on my own, instead of doing it through an organised tour. I knew ...
... a memorial to those who perished there. It is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
It was a depressing experience, made more so by the gray, raw day. I still can't get my mind around the magnitude of what the Germans did to millions of men, women, and children AND that they did it with their mind-numbing efficiency and detailed record-keeping! I was also saddened by the fact that the Allies knew what was going on in Auschwitz ...