Antica Guest Rooms

Czarnowiejska 76, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-054, Poland | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Czarna Wie? area of Krakow, is near Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius, C.K. Browar, National Museum (Muzeum Narodowe), and Royal Way.
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    June 28th

    A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jun 28, 2014

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    This was a big day. Our first activity was to leave Olomouc and drive to Auschwitz. On the way Amy explained some of the history of eastern Europe, the influence of communism and fascism before we went for lunch at a pizza place nearby. On arrival at Auschwitz we walked through the yards and buildings where the inmates lived. Most buildings had rooms, which had been ...


    A travel blog entry by prairiefish on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... savage of all the camps, with 5 gas chambers in operation. Many of the prisoners were brought in by train, separated, and taken directly to the chambers to be killed. Over 100,000 prisoners were held there in 1944 alone. The Nazi's destroyed much of this camp prior to liberation to try & hide evidence. Hence the site has less intact buildings, but an incredibly ominous feeling, none the less. The tour lasted about 1 hour. The bus ride home was completely silent. I still feel ...

    Proud to be Polish!

    A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... the Jewish quarter. This is obviously a very historically important place as Krakow was majorly affected by World War II being so closely located to the Concentration camps. We saw a lot of synagogues and began to learn just how terrible living conditions were for the Jewish people during the war. This tour crossed the Vistula river and there were love locks on this bridge too! I guess that it is a world wide trend to put locks on bridges now, although there weren't nearly ...

    Kracking place

    A travel blog entry by zerah on Oct 15, 2013

    ... he's part of the fire brigade and he's playing to his headquarters.
    Also part of the city is a bloody ugly statue of a dragon at the bottom of the castle walls, every few minutes it breathes fire.
    On our first day here we were took a tour of Auschwitz, both camps, and oh boy does that blow your horrible mind! A few days ago in Kutna Hora I saw the bones of 40,000 people stacked in geometric patterns and though "how cool", and I saw a few tones of hair taken from ...

    Krakow, Poland

    A travel blog entry by ashkryder on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... br> We were dropped back at our hostel by the shuttle emotionally drained from the day. We walked to the Jewish Quarter that we had seen on the walking tour yesterday for dinner. There we tried some more Polish cuisine. We got given a starter of bread and dips. One of the dips was dripping - so disgusting! I tried some more dumplings and Kate tried Zurich soup. Both pretty tasty!

    The next day we did another day trip, this time to the Salt ...