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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Auschwitz Halfway House

A travel blog entry by carl.sanchez on Nov 12, 2014

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A compare and contrast film that compares the Nazi death camps with the modern halfway houses and mental hospitals in the United States. Mr. Sanchez was illegally framed up by his own attorney, Pedro Castillo secretly in collusion with the U.S. federal police. Mr. Sanchez was help in custody as a "ward" in 2 halfway houses plus a prison named Metropolitan Detention Center. The U.S. government maintains that M.D.C. is not a prison and that it's only a ...

The terrors in Oswiecim

A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 18, 2013

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... beds cramped into one hut, and the sanitation involved just a ceramic platform with many holes carved out of it. Witnessing these sights truly makes a person shudder at the thought of the lives that these prisoners went through - even the local guide was rather emotional during the explanation.

This whole attraction consumed nearly half of the day and by around 3pm we left the horrors of World War II behind and headed back to ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum & Memorial

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Jul 19, 2012

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A daytrip to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps is essential to anyone visiting Krakow. There is a cheap bus for this 1.5 hour trip to Oświęcim (the Polish placename, changed to Auschwitz when the Germans occupied the area - the community has since reverted to its original name). Upon arrival, you are given a headset and assigned to a group for a tour lasting 3-4 hours.

In the baracks, the ...


A travel blog entry by jonnylawson on Apr 01, 2011


... small the camp was compared to the second later built death camp at Birkenau. Birkenau is 20 times bigger and is filled with the stable like sheds filled with beds that you see in all the photos. The Blocks in Auschwitsch on the otherhand were massive brick built buildings although with a thousand inmates in each they would still have been beyond horrifically overcrowded.

The tour took us through a number of Blocks that have been converted into a ...

Auschwitz - Not to be Forgotten

A travel blog entry by josiejos on Sep 30, 2010

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... very upsetting was the site of the 'death wall’. Here, prisoners were randomly shot dead, pretty much whenever a guard felt like it. The wall still had bullet holes in and was surrounded by flowers and candles from relatives or those who lost grandparents here.

The chambers were prisoners slept had been left to resemble original conditions, and at the back of each room, was a photo of how the room was found in 1945. Almost ...