Hotel & Conference Center Geovita Wisla

Address: os. Bajcary 14, Wisla, Southern Poland, 43-460, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on os. Bajcary 14, Wisla.
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Travel Blogs from Wisla

Peřeje na Ostravici

A travel blog entry by petexner on Aug 30, 2015

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Kousek od domečku, kde bydlí Lucka s manželem, Bedřichem a Vilémem, teče Ostravice a pár metrů po proudu jsou i malé peřeje a skokanská deska. Patricie to ještě nijak neocenila, příští léto to bude určitě ...

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 ...

Attempting to visit Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by annieallison on Jul 08, 2015

5 photos

... quite a bit of time researching it over the last couple of days. Unfortunately it seems we had left it too late to book a guide on the internet so we rang the museum but had problems with communicating in English so it still wasn't clear. What did seem to be very clear was that you can enter without a guide before 10.00am or after 3.00pm. So we arrived this afternoon, waited in line to go through the rigorous security screening check only to find that the ...

Riding the Bus to the Beskyd Mountains.

A travel blog entry by geosand on May 13, 2015

7 photos

... houses or rather apartment blocks built during the years of communism. When the state took over the land of the peasants many were forced into the cities to live. Many did not see this as a hardship as they now had electricity and running water etc. I did not realize but these were prefab buildings constructed in one area and assembled on site for the most part. After about 2.5 hours we stopped at a freeway stop with a MacDonald's and a ...

The land of music and honey

A travel blog entry by czechtravel on Jan 04, 2015

10 photos

... it just so happened that when we got there there was a massive fair and enactment that day. It was truly like stepping back in time with only the tourists and visitors to give away the era we really were in. There were knights walking around holding pottery flasks of beer and wenches following them around pretending to look after them - though here equality of the sexes is such that it was say to see through the farce. True fun to watch and everyone is really in the mood.