Gronik Apartments

ul. Grabowa 7a, Szczyrk, Southern Poland, 43-370, Poland | Villa
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This villa is located on ul. Grabowa 7a, Szczyrk.
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    Travel Blogs from Szczyrk

    Day 12 - Auschwitz... On Our Way To Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 24, 2014

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    Our first stop, on our way to Warsaw, was the former concentration camp - Auschwitz.

    The Nazi atrocities were certainly not foreign to us, however, to see the camp and evidence of this tragic time in world history was not at all what we expected. When you see photos of the people killed in the camp, the huge mounds of human hair that was being sold to make cloth, and the mounds of personal effects, the gravity of the place takes hold.

    The ...

    Onto Oswiecim!

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... leaving this place as there is a huge new freeway running parallel to the old road next to the river, and we were supposed to be down next to the river. Once again, a bit of orienteering experience got us over both roads and down to a rough, dirt Greenways Trail along the river side. Zig zagged through several small villages, onto a nice, wide bitumen road past new houses, it was looking good. Then the road stopped in a cul de sac, a tiny dirt track leading ...

    Auschwitz - Death revisited

    A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

    40 photos

    ... ordered to empty out of the train, often at the end of a 4-5 day journey in cattle cars, in freezing conditions, often with bodies of those ill and old who died enroute to the camp.

    Upon disembarking the train, the infamous ‘selections’ would take place – right on the gravel siding next to the train track. Inside the camp, the single rail track splits into a couple of sidings, meant for reversing the locomotive. At the very end of ...

    A Tour of Auschwitz and the Salt Mine

    A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 24, 2013

    9 photos

    ... cathedral. It must be amazing. There are several brine lakes in the caves, and stairs everywhere.

    Totally enjoyed the tour, but at the end they led us into a room and told us to wait for the elevator to the surface. Our English Guide left us in a large room. We waited while several of the larger tour groups went to the elevator, and we were finally given the okay to go ahead. We walked, and walked, and walked, felt like we were being herded to who knows where, and ...

    Nazi Concentration Camps

    A travel blog entry by sandyhart on Jun 28, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... a memorial to those who perished there. It is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

    It was a depressing experience, made more so by the gray, raw day. I still can't get my mind around the magnitude of what the Germans did to millions of men, women, and children AND that they did it with their mind-numbing efficiency and detailed record-keeping! I was also saddened by the fact that the Allies knew what was going on in Auschwitz ...