Papuga Park

Address: ul. Zapora 3, 43382 Bielsko-Biala, Poland, Bielsko-Biala, Southern Poland, 43382, Poland | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on ul. Zapora 3, 43382 Bielsko-Biala, Poland, Bielsko-Biala.
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Auschwitz - Death revisited

A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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... and another going towards the flimsy barracks, the volatility of human life appears in stark contrast.

A few ageing Black & White pictures are on display showing the selection process – right up to the picture of a group of Romanian women in headscarves with kids, making their final walk to their deaths a few yards away …

What would seem to be passing in their minds as they approached their deaths ..? Did the entire reel ...


A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2 on Aug 13, 2013

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I don't really know how to write this post. After all, how does one report such a visit? How does one describe the magnitude of such a place without indulging in detail, or avoid going into detail about the gut wrenching atrocities without seeming blase?

We stepped into Auschwitz I, through the gate with the wavy motto frozen in iron "Arbeit macht frei". Our guide showed us the spot where the camps orchestra had played every morning and evening for the prisoners to ...

A visit to Auschwitz to pay our respects

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Jun 22, 2013

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... the building where the "Angel of Death", Dr Josef Mengler conducted his experiments using people as guinea pigs. We also walked through the gas chamber and saw the holes in the ceiling where the Zyklon B was dropped causing the chemical reaction that suffocated 100s at a time. We then saw the crematoria where the victims were burnt.

We then took a bus to the adjacent camp 3 kilometres away ...


A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on Jun 14, 2013

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... and I was particularly green all the way back. I then went straight to bed as the day was massively draining.

It is something I'm glad I saw but it didn't seem real. It is only reflection over the last week and looking at the photos I took which has made it sink in a bit. The place is a mass grave and luckily, other than people taking some slightly inappropriate photos, the people treated it as ...


A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jul 04, 2012

... museum. As we drove through Dacchau, in Germany, we knew that people in the area must have known what was going on, and to say otherwise is ludicrous, especially towards the end of the war. This was sort of ‘excused’ in Dacchau, but not in Poland, where the enemy invaded, took over their land, and mass murdered their people. The vast proportion of those killed at the camps were Jewish, but many poles were sent to the camps, as were gypsies, homosexuals, and anyone who ...