An example of Eastern European Efficacy

At the entrance to the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, there’s several information counters (for groups, for individuals…). And there was a short introductory film about the camp. On a digital board it said the next session would be at 13:30 in Polish. So we went to ask a lady at one of the counters if there would be subtitles or translation. She asked another lady at another counter and then sent us to ask at the Information counter. Which we did. The guy didn’t know. So we went back to another counter with another lady and asked again. I don’t know if she knew the answer or not, but she told us to go and ask at the cashier’s counter. Which we did. The lady there pointed to a small board which said that the English version was at 15:05.
It took us about 15 minutes but in the end we had the answer 🙂