Hotel Maranta

Address: ul. Malachowskiego 130, Rybnik, Southern Poland, 44-251 , Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Malachowskiego 130, Rybnik.
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Travel Blogs from Rybnik

Auschwitz, part 2

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

15 photos

... Auschwitz. All the yellow dots and green squares were among the hundreds of collection points in Poland and across occupied Europe where Jews and other were being assembled for shipment either to death camps or labor camps where they were worked to death to be quickly replaced with others from their home towns.

This is a description of the munitions bunkers at Auschwitz, five of them, converted to gas chambers. When the women and ...

Fabulous Machine

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

11 photos

... grounds of Poland from 1942 onwards. What it represents is the apogee of Holocaust practice. It is the culmination of years of experience and development in the treatment of prisoners and in the killing of those deemed unworthy of life. This is the top of the tree, the best there is, the Show Home of the National Socialist Empire of the Camps. Since the camps were such an integral part of the Third Reich, Auschwitz is the purest distillation of the embodiment of the evil that ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 18, 2013

6 photos

... We laughed and laughed and laughed. Nervously. Connor, Kristen and Brian’s 2-year-old son blurted out “Cow?” Kirsten said, “Yes, cow.” Connor said, “Mooo!” We all laughed and said, “MOOOO!”

  • When I asked Bob about Lech Walesa he first smiled, looked at me, then without saying a word, reached down and pulled out a 500-page book entitled “Lech Walesa – The Rise and fall”. In ...

  • Auschwitz / Birkenau

    A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Sep 06, 2012

    19 photos

    ... archway I felt cold. I had goosebumps the whole 5 hours we were there. It was terrible. I remember reading "Night" by Elie Wiesel and it was weird when the images from the novel were right in front of my eyes. We walked in and were literally 2 inches from the wooden boards they slept on, piled on top of each other. We went through the building and along the same path they did when they were stripped of their cloths, possessions, and even their hair. The barbed wire is still up and in ...

    Humbling Experience

    A travel blog entry by tomandscherie on Oct 06, 2011

    1 comment, 73 photos

    ... around and most of the groups were larger than ours. Our guide was a young lady who's great grandmother had perished here. She did become quite hard to hear with her accent and I am not sure if it was because she found it very emotional - which is entirely understandable or she was unwell. Her voice certainly seemed quite drained and I think that this job would be a very short term occupation given its extremely depressing nature.