Centrum Wypoczynku ODYS
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
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... on Tasmania's Sarah Island were small, but these were about a third of that size and they had to crawl through slots at the bottom. Another building was where several hundred women, mainly Jews, were used as human guinea pigs for sterilization experiments. Some died from the treatment they received, while others were murdered so autopsies could be performed on them. After visiting the site of Rudolf Hess' hanging, just near the home he shared with his ...
... br> One particular haunting sight was that of a braid of brownish-blonde hair, perhaps of a girl in her late teens. The braid is visible, and seems to have been lopped off and put on the display, and that itself puts a lot of human context as the last remains of someone who seems to have materialized atop a pile of dirty matted hair.
It is these vignettes of human snapshots, that bring into stark focus, the human aspect of the lost lives, just as ...
A city reeking with the history of World War II, the area around Oswiecim had played a huge role during the times of Nazi Germany. The main attraction here was the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp, one of the many concentration camps used by Nazi Germany during World War II. Auschwitz camp was one of the more major camps, with the death toll estimated at around 1.5 million people including Jews, Poles and Prisoners-of-wars. ...
... later. Seriously. I'm going to have to give Poland's train system a solid D minus! My grade was confirmed by a local guy who commented to me, "I hate Polish trains! We are 50 years behind." To make the situation even juicier, all of the first class beds were reserved. So much for that extra $500 I was forced to spend on a first class Eurail pass. I thought I would spend all 9 hours of the trip from Krakov to Prague in a vertical position, but I ...
... everything from the Nazis' military plans to capture Europe to the deplorable living conditions in the camp. The exterior of all of the buildings has been maintained, as well as the interior in the major buildings. Adam and I spent about three hours wandering through the camp. We went into several exhibits and left each one of them feeling worse ...