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 - Death revisited

A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

40 photos

... like – for a while. Only after the approval of the ‘Final Solution’ held at the Wannsee Conference, where the official orders regarding the ‘Jewish Question’ were decided under the leadership of SS Colonel Adolf Eichmann, that the need was felt to significantly ramp up the infrastructure pertaining to the ‘Jewish Problem’.

Returning back to the morning of the trip…..

Most of the ...

Day 97: Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 22, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

Continuing in our tradition of early morning walks to the bus, we made it to the main station ten minutes before our 7:10 minibus left for a town called Oswiecim. Yesterday we had wonderful weather in Krakow. By wonderful I mean no snow. We woke up this morning to six fresh inches on the ground. The bus ride was about an hour and a half and we froze the whole way there.

The bus dropped us of at a stop right outside of the town. Near this town are ...

Death Camp

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Jul 03, 2013

8 photos

... And then there was the block where Dr Jozef Mengele conducted his vile biological experiments ...
In the words of one survivor "Only pure evil can think of such cruel ways to kill."

I shall not go on to describe the rest ... it is truly unimaginable what man can do to fellow man.

And there are those who disrespect and trivialise the memories of those who lived and died there as nothing annoyed me so much as ...

Auschwitz and Birkenau

A travel blog entry by ruthbarz on Jul 08, 2012

10 photos

... camp to look like. I guess they had people living at Auschwitz I and coming here to build bunks very quickly. Most of the buildings fell down, they just maintained a few so you could see what they were like. There were still too many people per toilet and per bed, but there was also no protection from the elements because the buildings were wooden with a lot of holes to the outside.


A travel blog entry by jonnylawson on Apr 01, 2011


... the punishment). Plus when it came to the standing cell (a one metre square where four people were forced to stand side by side for up to a month of nights during which they still had to work during the day and had their food rations withheld or dramatically reduced) you could just imagine how it would have felt to enter that Hell knowing the odds were either you or one of your fellow prisoners would be dead by the morning. Just sick. I was fascinated by the ...