Hotel Olecki

St. Leszczynskiej 16, Oswiecim, Southern Poland, 32-600, Poland | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on St. Leszczynskiej 16, Oswiecim, is near Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation.
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    Travel Blogs from Oswiecim

    The mountain stage in the land of pierogi

    A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Aug 08, 2014

    21 photos

    ... down, a good 5-6 more steep climbs were awaiting me... I managed to do them all without walking though, so I patted myself on the back and had a hemp seed energy bar. ******n Tatras. it felt good to be in Poland though, as I had been here 4 times before, I felt right at home, and once in Żywiec decided to have polish food and beer, as a reward to all this climbing. Beer is good but it tends to increase muscle pain, and I soon realized the climbing was not over, as ...

    Heavy

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 10, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... site the memorial reads, "For ever let this place be a cry of despair and a warning to humanity, where the Nazis murdered about one and a half million men, women, and children, mainly Jews from various countries of Europe". The guide finished with a quote from George Santayana, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it". So in the light of those philosophical inscriptions allow me to conclude on my thoughts: What's most worrisome ...

    Auschwitz

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Jul 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... 300 buildings, most of which no longer stood and were only visible via a brick chimney that remained. We walked down the train track that would deliver the victims in hugely overcrowded carriages, some of which hadn't been opened for days. Once unloaded and having their belongings taken they would queue in front of a German Captain who with a small wave of his hand may condemn the "useless," to a direct passage to the gas chambers. The "lucky," ones would ...

    Fabulous Machine

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 24, 2014

    11 photos

    ... land for later German settlement.
    Today, this site is still known as Auschwitz I, and those robust barracks survive intact. It is all there with its streets and blocks like some macabre town of doom. It is hot and dusty, and although there is plenty of space between the buildings, the place has a an airless, oppressive quality. Auschwitz I is essentially a museum: the buildings house many artefacts and exhibitions, which become intensely crowded. You have to queue to gain ...

    I'm Still Taking It All In

    A travel blog entry by rsmonterusso on Jun 25, 2011

    1 comment

    ... within, we saw things like thousands of stacked up shoes lonely from lack of owners (including many many childeren's shoes as most didn't last long there), two tons of human hair of about a total of seven tons used to make textiles by the Germans, and replicas of what the rooms would have been like for the Jews compared to the cappos and the Germans. We saw the actual gas chamber where prisoners were told they would be taking a shower but were instead ...