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... Towels were fluffy as well as bathrobes, but what spoils guests are the luxurious complimentary set of toiletries –the Shine for Sheraton brand, with their distinctive mandarin and mint scent.
A truly relaxing day long spot dedicated to the comfort of guests. I would call it an oasis to the discerning guest who values privacy and exclusivity.
Besides the complimentary ...
... for the 20 minute walk into town, to go for dinner. The food was also quite odd, but I got used to it, and as I was tucking in, chatting with everyone on the table (Alex, Sophie, Brodie, Amanda, Josh and Emma) alk of a suddern there was a massive crash as my glass somehow managed to explode for no apparent reason at all... (sounds like an exaggeration, but it really isn't!) It was the wierdest thing and there is no ...
... only be able to watch until the gas killed them also. In the end all that was left was the tiny black tombstone which marks the place where all the ashes remain. We drove back to Kraków in the driving snow, arriving earlier evening, in about 3 hours we catch the overnight train to Prague. It's been a long and emotional day, I remember my Dad saying he would never come here and I can understand that, he was in WWII and saw enough hardship, but I am glad I made the ...
... and barely saw another soul, it was eerily quiet and I got the fright of my life after two hours of complete silence. A guard on a Segway zoomed passed me. It was 6pm and I got to one of the gates and it was locked, horrified at the thought of spending the night and potentially Christmas locked in Auschwitz I did a frantic walk/run in the opposite direction. I had just missed the bus back so thought I would get out my book and have a little read, soon realised my book ...
... or so hours I was there—by thousands of trapped souls wandering around aimlessly. I’ve never felt that so strongly before. After we left, I heard from a few different people that they felt someone, like a child, hold their hand and when they looked, there was no one there so they jumped. Later on, when I found Wi-Fi at a café, I researched ghost stories from Auschwitz and one blog entry I found, from a guy who visited in 2012, said the exact same thing happened to ...