Noma Residence

Address: Zameczek Mysliwski, Tychy, Southern Poland, 43-210, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tychy

Auschwitz part 1

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

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... I remembered of Auschwitz, this and the barbed wire fences hung from a peculiar concrete post structure we’ll look at later. Auschwitz survives today because in addition to Jews, tens of thousands of Russian POWs were exterminated at Auschwitz. When Russia achieve hegemony over the East Bloc countries, while they did nothing to spruce up Auschwitz and were not particularly interested in turning it into a tourist attraction, they did make sure that ...

Auschwitz - Death revisited

A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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... did in fact happen.

So, sometime in Oct 2008, as the financial world was imploding in the post-housing boom collapse and the death of large Wall Street banks such as Lehmann Brothers, I got an assignment to meet with our developers located in Gdansk, Poland. Gdansk itself is a historic city, the birthplace of the Polish Solidarity movement in the 70s and 80s under Lech Walesa.

But less is known that Gdansk, on the Baltic Sea coast, ...

Worldwide March of the Living

A travel blog entry by lamotl2014 on Apr 28, 2014

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... an awesome and powerful sight. 11,000 silent people proclaimed "we are still here" with their feet and with their presence. 11,000 people said in one, loud voice, “Never Forget.” And 11,000 people marched in honor and memory of those who did not have opportunity to walk out of those gates with their heads held high and proud of their heritage.

Once we arrived at Birkenau, there was a special ceremony ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 08, 2013

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... and form a straight line. Most of the carriages were carrying between 60 to 70 people each and were atrocious to spend any time in. As well as being cramped, there was no light and no bathroom and most of the people within these carriages of death had been travelling up to seven days straight from all parts of Europe. Whilst in the line, the sick, worn out and broken spirited people would be given a quick two second examination by the Nazi doctors and told to go right or ...

The run around / La recorrida

A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Jul 08, 2012

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... bus ride was only 15 minutes long. Luckily Auschwitz' hours are extended for the summer and I could catch the bus to the train station just after noon. That was relieving. Little did I know the next two hours held three of the most stressful moments of the trip so far! It will help you to know that missing any of these connections would have meant not going to Auschwitz and that the trains here are the poorest I've seen so far - really slow, no AC, ...