Hotel Alpin

Address: ul. Beskidzka 40, Szczyrk, Southern Poland, 43-370, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Beskidzka 40, Szczyrk.
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        Travel Blogs from Szczyrk

        The blog I didn't know how to write

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

        3 comments, 11 photos

        ... leave one country and enter another…. We did this several times in the few days were were there.

        Yeah, yeah, we are dorks and it’s the little things that amuse us sometimes.

        So, while down in Southern Poland, we wanted to visit The Auschwitz Concentration Camp Museum.

        (Yes, this is the part I didn’t know how to write about…)

        This is not a political blog, it is not a historical blog. It is just ...

        Never Again With Me

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 27, 2015

        14 comments, 10 photos

        ... becomes the truth.”

        Lauder noted the brutal persecution of Christians going on in the Middle East, that journalists are being killed in Syria and Iraq. And he concluded, “World indifference led to Auschwitz. Do not let this happen again...”

        The great author and poet Primo Levi, a survivor of Auschwitz, was quoted by several different speakers. The final one was Piotr Cywiński. He quote Levi saying, “It ...


        A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 01, 2014

        13 photos

        I've always loved World War Two movies. "The Great Escape," "Where Eagles Dare," and "The Guns of Navarone," but I'd always seen the war as a grab for land. It wasn't, it was a effort to cleanse Europe of the Jewish population or anyone else that didn't suit Hitlers idea of the idle human in the most horrific way that when seen first hand you struggle to comprehend what one human could do to another. I'm embarrassed to say that I knew little about this ...


        A travel blog entry by rachel.blazer on Apr 28, 2014

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... of millions of Jews. It was breathtaking. Unlike the day before where the two camps left me feeling a little proud but filled with slight anger and unhappiness, today left be feeling very proud with ,instead of anger and unhappiness,hopefulness and a deeper sense of community. The experience of being apart of the march itself was once in a lifetime that has forever changed the way I look at the meaning of faith, community, and bravery. ...

        Day 7

        A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 18, 2013

        6 photos

        ... said to us as he shut the door and settled into his driver’s seat, “I am Bob the Secret Agent. I am going to take you now and kill you all.” After three seconds of silence we all laughed. Then he laughed and said something like, “You must think I’m crazy.” I had taken the front seat for the ride home and I said something like “We’re all crazy, then.” Bob laughed and we headed back to Krakow.