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

Never Again With Me

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 27, 2015

14 comments, 10 photos

... want to, all over again, strip you of your past, of your story and of your identity, and just as we talk about our personal histories and what makes us who we are, these people make their own points. Facebook pages, for instance, identifying Jews and their geographic locations with the intention to attack, and the growing effort to banish Jews from Europe.

“The most effective way we can combat this intolerance and honour those who survived ...

Fabulous Machine

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

11 photos

... awe, the continuing array of atrocity seems to batter and numb the senses: the Execution Wall; the notorious Prison Block 11, where the first experimental killings using Zyklon B were carried out; the gallows for public execution in front of the Appel Platz for all to see; Block 10 was where unspeakable "medical" investigations took place is not even open, but sinisterly sealed and locked; the commandant's house, sitting on site, close to the fun, and where Rodolf Hoess' young family grew ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by mmoonan on Jul 18, 2013

6 photos

... the Vistula River in Krakow, he met a Polish woman named Marta, fell in love, and married her. He had packed us all lunch in a cooler (we were on tour with Kirsten, Brian and the kids) of ham and tuna sandwiches, fruit, cookies and chips, juices and waters. He was a kind man, quick to laugh and poke fun at himself and his inability to learn the polish language - even though his Polish wife is an English teacher by profession. He was also something of an ...

Auschwitz / Birkenau

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Sep 06, 2012

19 photos

... the camp. The memorial they have in place there is beautiful with stone plaques paying respect in every language. We passed by an area roped off where they placed the ashes of the deceased that were found when the camp was closed. The two gas chambers that are at Birkenau are on either side of the memorial. The Germans tried to blow up the chambers to eradicate the evidence of what they had done. However, they were too late. The ruins of the chambers are still there. We saw ...

Auschwitz- Oswiecim

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jul 03, 2011

4 comments, 5 photos

... Auschwitz I. Auschwitz I was filled with the victims' memorabilia. It was simply heartbreaking. We went into room after room and there were just cases of people's belongings. One room had nothing but people's eye glasses and another, people's cooking pots that they had brought along with them to the camp, another with the suitcases that victims brought their belongings in, and so many other personal items. The room that had the biggest impact ...