Secesja Hotel

24 Paulinska Street, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-014, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Good and Bad in Lublin Town

A travel blog entry by ejm56

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... Reinhard, and he was very much the driving force behind it. Globus was Himmler's creature who loyally, determinedly and fanatically ensured that the necessary work of annihilation was carried out.
Incredibly, over two million Jews were murdered in the three Reinhard camps of Treblinka, Sobibor and Belzec, and lying behind that sadistic statistic was a huge SS administrative operation, which was carried out in a large building in Lublin. These were the ...

Krakow and Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle

2
35

... 400,000 Hungarian Jews were sent to Auschwitz during a period of only three months, almost all of whom were sent straight to the gas chambers upon arrival at the camp. It was a very memorable and thought-provoking experience to tour through a place with such an awful history, and we were very glad to have done it.

The beauty or allure of Krakow might have been hampered by the grey, rainy weather we experienced for most of our stay there. ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland

A travel blog entry by amy_green_22

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... have to learn from it and ensure that it never happens again. The buildings feel desolate and you can't help but think about the people who are walking in the same footsteps as you. Images scatter the walls and the faces show complete fear, terror and anxiety. The hardest and most emotional moment for me was seeing the possessions that were confiscated from the people who entered Auschwitz-Birkenau and were discovered after the liberation. There were hundreds of glasses, ...

The past and the present - Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by mjandcj

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... t). To top it off the train we got on was a regional one that after 10 hours got us close to the German border (averaging 30 kilometers per hour or 20mph). After nearly missing our connecting train to Berlin we arrived at our hotel at 11:45pm. We had planned to meet up with our friends Ben and Anna that night, but luckily we were able to catch up for breakfast and swap stories about our travels before catching the train for The Netherlands. That trip at least, thank goodness, wasn't so ...

Typical tour guide and Market Square

A travel blog entry by mikepsilve

We woke up so early at like 9:15 am. For some reason, we were the only people left in our room. I don't know how people wake up so early on a regular basis. We walked to meet my mom and dad and the tour guide. We met them by the huge castle. We walked up and our lady guide was so into this historic information. None of us were into the things she was saying and it was so obvious. Mom took one for the team and acted interested. Whenever the guide would talk, none of us would show ...

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