Hotel Golebiewski

Address: Al. Ks. Bp. Bursche 3, Wisla, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Al. Ks. Bp. Bursche 3, Wisla.
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    Travel Blogs from Wisla

    Never Again With Me

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 27, 2015

    14 comments, 10 photos

    ... a giant tent was erected for the commemoration, symbolically right over the railroad tracks used to bring prisoners into the death camp, and the event was held in a kind of idealized version of the camps themselves. The bitterness of the day—although mild by the standards of Southern Poland in the dead of winter—makes it even more unfathomable that anyone survived the weather alone wearing just muddy clogs and striped woolen pajamas. ...

    A day to remember.

    A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 18, 2014

    2 comments

    ... be in an hour, so I thought I stuck it out. 45 minutes later I was at the ticket window where I paid about $15 for required tour fee and was allocated to a group with a tour guide.   You are required to join a tour if you arrive after 10am.   We were given headphones and a radio transmitter where the tour guide could speak to us over the radio transmitter.  However, the radios have a short range, so if you don’t keep up you ...

    Auschwitz - Death revisited

    A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

    40 photos

    ... and the old or infirm would be told ‘Leight’ or Left, marking them for the long walk towards the gas chambers for immediate execution. The men, especially those deemed fit to work or possessing desired skills, would be made to turn ‘Reighs’ or Right – meaning they had cheated death for the time being.

    At the point where the inspections would be carried out – literally at the crossroads of the camp, with a way to the ...

    A Tour of Auschwitz and the Salt Mine

    A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 24, 2013

    9 photos

    ... and saw less then 1% of the total area. The men that worked the mines went up and down every day, but the horses that turned the wheels that lifted the salt to the top lived their whole lives in the mine. They were very well cared for, but jeez, they never got to see the sun. We walked miles and miles of wood framed corridors, and saw some of the "chambers". They were large rooms, carved out of the mines and decorated with doorways, statues, and floors carved out of salt. ...

    Auschwitz I and II

    A travel blog entry by depaysement on Jun 12, 2013

    12 photos

    ... larger gas chambers which were in Auschwitz II, showing how the people would first have been taken into an underground room and ordered to strip ready for their 'shower' and then moved into the gas chamber which was also underground. The pellets would then have been dropped in through the roof and within 20 minutes thousands of people would be dead. Camp workers then had the job of moving the bodies upstairs to the crematoriums, first taking out valuables such as gold ...

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