Ibis Katowice Zabrze

Address: Ul. Jagiellonska 4, Zabrze, Southern Poland, 41-800, Poland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Ul. Jagiellonska 4, Zabrze.
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      Auschwitz, part 2

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

      15 photos

      ... work details only lived for three to six months, the tour guide repeated with emphasis. Exhaustion, disease and malnutrition, often in combination, killed even the strongest and healthiest in short order.

      Josef Mengele, the "Angel of Death," was the most notorious of some two dozen doctors working on genetic and other medical "experiments" at Auschwitz. Mengele's three areas of concentration were identical twins, people with eyes ...

      Auschwitz / Birkenau

      A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Sep 06, 2012

      19 photos

      ... people who tried to escape or acted out of line.
      Then we went to Block 4. We weren't allowed to take pictures in Block 4 and I wouldn't even if I could. I'm glad I saw what I did, but I will never forget what I saw there. Between 1941-1944 20,000 kgs (20 ton) of Cyclon B was used as the poison for the gas chambers. We saw the metal cylinders that contained the poison (there was one display window full of these containers). The next display window was the single most ...


      A travel blog entry by brookeandnick on Oct 08, 2011

      2 photos

      There isn't a whole lot to say about Auschwitz. It's just as depressing as you imagine it to be. When we went it was freezing cold and raining, which set the dreary tone well. Although a visit to a concentration camp isn't fun or pleasant, it is an important thing to do on a trip to Poland, or Europe in general. It's a reminder of the horrible things people are capable of, and of how important it is that nothing like this happens again. The most emotional thing for ...

      Never Again

      A travel blog entry by roscoe2009 on May 02, 2010

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... to collect corpses for transport to the crematorium."

      The remainder of the tour was spent visiting the demolished crematoriums, the fields and ponds surrounding them into which the ashes of victims were dumped, and finally the camp memorial. Here the guide thanked us and informed us that we were free to roam around the remainder of the grounds. It was also here that inappropriate moment #3 took place. Throughout the tour of Auschwitz II, an older American man ...

      Friends, Fun, and... Fake Murders!

      A travel blog entry by meluebke on Nov 07, 2009

      ... had morning meeting. Every morning (with the exception of travel days) we start our day with a morning meeting. The promotional team representing the city will discuss the day's schedule and add a fact or two about the city. Then various people and/or groups or representatives (i.e. the show team, the music intern, or the poetry club creator) will give an announcement. Today our city runners (2 students that make the morning meeting order and take notes) decided that each ...