Hotel Aria Sosnowiec

Address: Kresowa St. 5/7, Sosnowiec, Southern Poland, 41-200, Poland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kresowa St. 5/7, Sosnowiec.
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Travel Blogs from Sosnowiec

Auschwitz part 1

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

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... to Yad Vashem, the monumental Holocaust museum in Jerusalem we visited a few years ago, her retort was “certainly,” as if, “what a dumb question.” She made mention several times of the groups who visit repeatedly on annual pilgrimages and how significant it is for her and them. Behind her are a few of the more than 300 barracks, these of brick survive, each holding 700 to 1,000 people, built here at Auschwitz-Birkenau, also known ...

Onto Oswiecim!

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 21, 2014

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... people are heavy smokers, unlike the Czech Republic where smoking was minimal. Credit card or cash are OK here when paying, in CZ it was always cash only! The air is very clean, neither of us have had sinus problems; usually at home after 10 minutes cycling my nose is leaking all over the place, here I've never had to carry a handkerchief whilst cycling. Lana has also said her sinuses have never been better, there is no dust anywhere, except at the back of a ...

Fabulous Machine

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

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... PoWs died. The purpose of the new camp was to store many thousands more mainly Jewish slave labourers, and also to create a Death Camp for the annihilation of Jews. Auschwitz II opened its doors for business in the Spring of 1942.
Auschwitz II, or Birkenau, is less crowded because it is so absolutely vast. The ruins of the wooden barracks where the slave labourers were stored, stretch far. The wooded structures have long since gone, but the brick chimney stacks survive, making for ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 18, 2013

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... ultimately he was a kind, fun-loving man who loved his country and wanted us to love it, too.I could write an entire chapter of a book about my front seat conversation with Bob as we drove back from the Tatra Mountains, but for here I’ll just mention a few “Bob” comments that combined will forever cement him in our memory as the most unusual tour guide we have ever had. Because he was.Here are some Bob statements:

  • Upon all of us ...

Auschwitz / Birkenau

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Sep 06, 2012

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... a shower. They were herded off the train like cattle and shoved down into one big room then sealed in until the gas killed every single one.
After we spent as long as emotionally possible at Birkenau, we took the shuttle back to Auschwitz. I had no clue what to expect and I was twice as nervous going to Auschwitz. We decided to go on our own through Auschwitz because we weren't really comfortable going with a group. I'm so glad we didn't. We took our time in places that we ...