Hotel Daria

Address: ul. Skladowa 2, Tychy, Southern Poland, 43-100, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Skladowa 2, Tychy.
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Travel Blogs from Tychy

Auschwitz part 1

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

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... malnutrition. As did millions of others: Russian POWs, gypsies, homosexuals and so on.


When Rosalind and I, (if you don't know who Rosalind is, read the previous travelogue on the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie), went through Auschwitz in 1973, the contrast with this scene in 2014 could not have been starker. The first thing of note is that 40 years ago we were the only ones there, the only ones. In 1973 Poland as part of ...


A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 01, 2014

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... Well, we were able to stroll through the 26 hectares of the museum but unfortunately all the buildings were closed ( museums are closed on Mondays) that's why the free entry!!!!! We did however enjoy our walk and did see some interesting historical buildings and equipment and learn a little about rural life over the last 150 years. Back to Tychy for lunch and a stroll around the town. Gorgeous church in the centre surrounded by a graveyard ...

Auschwitz - Death revisited

A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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... had been established several years before their most prolific genocidal phase in 1943-44, will never be known.

As a kid, in my father's book collection, was a Reader’s Digest compilation 'Secrets and Stories of the War’ which was a 2-volume compilation, each spanning about 400 pages, and covering notable accounts such as the narrative of Oberleutenant Franz von Werra, the only Luftwaffe pilot to escape from England via Canada and US (The ...


A travel blog entry by watso on Mar 12, 2014

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Just came back from visiting Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps... And it really is a heavy but memorable experience. The tour was quite interesting and very informative and we learned about all the atrocities that the nazis did to the prisoners. As the guide told us, this is a great way to remind ourselves that we as humans must not repeat the same horror stories that went on in these camps. I truly feel that ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 08, 2013

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... centre, and was the site of the deaths of roughly 70,000 people, mostly ethnic Poles and Soviet prisoners of war. Auschwitz II Birkenau was a labour camp but also specialised in extermination. It was the site of the deaths of at least 960,000 Jews, 75,000 Poles, and some 19,000 Roma Gypsies.

As we and the other ten thousand people arrived at Auschwitz I, we suddenly got a sudden chill down our backs. So much suffering, cruelty, human rights violations and ...