Galant Hotel

Address: ul Niepolomska 16, Wieliczka, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wieliczka

Into the salt mine...

A travel blog entry by jogo on May 10, 2015

37 photos

... of the workers who worked there died.

The stairs in the mine were terrible small and the workers had to climb them up for 7 hours with 35 kgs of salt on their backs.

A shift lasted 8 hours. Half an hour into the mine. Half an hour up and 7 hours of work. Everyday for 7 days a week you would do the same work without a break. The miners got a breakfast though before they climbed down into the mine.

It was repetitive ...

Last weekend here.

A travel blog entry by juliakozlik on Jul 19, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... to be hundreds of stairs. I remember looking up at one point and each set is numbered and we were at 50. It seemed endless. Our tour was a little over 3 hours which was full or walking through the mines, and we didn't even come close to seeing it all. The deepest part That we were at and I remember was 360 feet/110 meters. The pictures on my phone didn't come out great but my camera got some good ones. All ...

The 26th annual International March of the Living

A travel blog entry by sjgeller on Apr 28, 2014

... message from PM Netanyahuu, the lighting of six torches, and the completion of a sefer torah to be carried on future marches. The event concluded with 10000 coming together as one voice signing Hatikva.

I won't go on. It was an amazing day and I am incredibly grateful to the LA BJE, the young men and women of the delegation, and the survivors to have been allowed to spend this very important day with them.


Auschwitz - Have We Truly Changed?

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Jul 04, 2013

3 photos

... family home was right next to the gallows and the gas chamber (which had scratch marks on its inner walls). We later learnt that the children living at the Höss home were quite oblivious to what was happening just over the wall.

We also visited the nearby Birkenau camp, with its imploded gas chambers (so as not to leave evidence of the atrocities); and the sheds which might have been more suited to house horses and cattle in ...

Jan 07, 2013

A travel blog entry by daveygreener on Jan 07, 2013

... a video in the bus set it up well. I won't say more about it but... ****. Last night people back from a party night made a huge ruckus with lights, loud conversation, snoring, to the point I even growled at them which is unlike me. Was effective though, pleasing. Beer party night at the hostel, went out after but all agreed it was the worst night in a while. Venues were empty. Oh ...