Hotel Alpin

Address: ul Besakidzka 40, Szczyrk, Southern Poland, 43-370, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul Besakidzka 40, Szczyrk.
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    The blog I didn't know how to write

    A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Jul 23, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... and tell you about our experience.

    The town Oswiciem, had been renamed to Auschwitz by the Nazi’s when they invaded - and was about an hour and a half away from our apartment. The town is back to it’s Polish name, but the concentration camp still bears the name Auschwitz.

    We drove the hour and a half to Oswiciem, and with not much knowledge of what to expect we entered the museum. We paid the few Euro to have a guided tour ...

    Auschwitz part 1

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

    12 photos

    ... There were six of them. In descending order of Jewish mortality (90 percent of deaths were of Jews), Auschwitz, 1.1 million; (all the deaths cited are minimums); Treblinka, 900,000; Belzec, 600,000; Sobibor, 250,000; Majdanek, 230,000; Chelmno, 180,000.

    No, that does not add up to six million. That three million were only those gassed and cremated. Even at that, not all were counted. Until the end of 1943 all Jews and others were photographed, ...

    Auschwitz - Death revisited

    A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

    40 photos

    ... of the German territories known as ‘East Prussia’ and was called Danzig by it’s German-speaking inhabitants. At the end of World War I, the German population was imprisoned/evicted, or sent to Mainland Germany across Polish territory, thereby sowing seeds of future conflicts. The very first shots in World War II were fired by a German battleship on coastal fortifications in Danzig. Once Germany and Soviet Union decided to swoop in on Poland ...

    Worldwide March of the Living

    A travel blog entry by lamotl2014 on Apr 28, 2014

    83 photos

    ... the occasion. From singing Eli, Eli to speeches by the president of Hungary and a taped message from the Prime Minister of Israel, we were reminded of the power of the day and the importance of the March. The ceremony ended with my favorite moment, when 11,000 stand and singing Hatikvah. The sound of Israel's national anthem sung in one powerful voice is stirring and life affirming. To me, it answers the question of ...


    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 08, 2013

    35 photos

    ... and form a straight line. Most of the carriages were carrying between 60 to 70 people each and were atrocious to spend any time in. As well as being cramped, there was no light and no bathroom and most of the people within these carriages of death had been travelling up to seven days straight from all parts of Europe. Whilst in the line, the sick, worn out and broken spirited people would be given a quick two second examination by the Nazi doctors and told to go right or ...