Hotel Galicja Wellness & SPA

Address: Dabrowskiego 119, Oswiecim, Southern Poland, 32-600, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dabrowskiego 119, Oswiecim, is near Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation.
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    Travel Blogs from Oswiecim

    Whirl Wind Touring

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Jul 29, 2015

    82 photos

    ... dear friend.’

    It is summertime in Europe and the weather is divine. It beckons for lazy days basking in the warmth, riding through villages and eating ice creams next to fountains or taking a beverage in flower filled beer gardens and meals out on the terrace. The days are long and warm. People are relaxed and enjoying life.

    Arriving back in Europe we made a flying visit to see Spanish friends, collect our new GPS dubbed ‘The Oracle’ ...


    A travel blog entry by rachelandsasha on Jul 27, 2015

    ... On top of the emotional distress of being in such a place, somehow a bee ended up inside my pants and stung me on the butt cheek as we were walking through Birkenau. This added a whole new level of pain to the experience, but also a bit of comic relief. As it turns out, I'm quite allergic to bee stings and it got very swollen and red. Now Rachel has the pleasure of rubbing ointment on me multiple times a day. Our friendship is stronger than ...

    Happy Independence Day

    A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of the gas chambers that were disguised as showers. There really are no words to adequately describe the feelings. Some ask, "why visit?" The understand history and be reminded of why we can't let it happen again. For Bonnie, this was her second visit to a concentration camp. It was my (Grant) first. I can tell you how I felt: angry. Really angry. Of course, you know what Auschwitz is. But you can't begin to truly understand it until you see it... feel it. There ...

    Visiting Auschwitz: The Second Entry

    A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Jun 03, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... Most who arrived on the trains were not even registered, they were sent right to the gas chambers. Those who made it through the selection were sent to live in long buildings made of wood or brick, sleeping 3-5 in a bunk with 3 levels to each bunk. The buildings have few windows and even fewer doors. I think the heat today made it even harder to visit as I could not imagine living in it. There are no trees for shade, ...

    Day Five

    A travel blog entry by daltamura on Jul 18, 2014

    ... their defeat as they tried to conceal there extermination of millions of people. The camp and main entrance was a high brick fence with a rail line entering the camp. The line extended through the centre of the camp and there is a rail wagon which has been kept as part of the museum expressing the size and the harsh conditions that these people experienced. The rail wagon were quiet small and similar to what we would expect livestock freight wagons thes were smaller and he German ...