Bed & Breakfast Kolory
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Situated near the Jewish district of Krakow this B & B is close to all attractions and amidst vibrant nightlife of the area. Includes free breakfast and wi-fi. Metered parking available on street. Good accommodation and amenities for price.
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... tickets from a machine. As we approach the machine, however, we can see it has 6 options for the buttons to press, all labelled in Hungarian, not an icon or picture in sight. We stare hopelessly at the foreign words hoping for a clue, such as the word 'park' in one of the long Hungarian phrases, but none are to be found. Eventually, the security guard comes over and points to the button we need. Number 1336 prints out and we take a seat. After ...
... an enormous room full of it- is on display. While I can't comprehend the deaths of 1.1 million people, I can comprehend several tons of hair.
After several hours, the assembly-line overcrowding of the exhibits, and the noisy tour groups (mainly teenagers compelled on a field trip), proved to be a bit much, so we decided to catch the shuttle bus to Auschwitz-Birkenau, about 5 minutes away. While Auschwitz I was a prisoner work camp, Birkenau was a death ...
... Shopping Centre that adjoins the Railway Station and Bus Station. Tickets were bought for Friday afternoon's trip to Lublin departing 12.15 and arriving just before 6 pm for 48 Sloty each in s mini bus. The Old Town was buzzing with tour groups. This is an impressive city rivalling Riga for best city European city in our estimation. It was raining lightly outside as we organised tickets for the Hop On Hop Off City tour and bought tickets for a evening. It was raining as we ...
... cruelly ripped from their owners. Nor did they prepare me for the feeling when standing in the gas chamber and seeing thousands of nails embedded in the concrete walls.
Following the tour we went to Auschwitz 2-Birkenau. I’ve mentioned in previous posts the surreal feeling of standing in person at a sight I had studied at school, the Eifel Tower, The Leaning Tower of Pisa etc but standing at Birkenau in the train station also a place I had studied and ...
... s father that takes us on our return trip to Krakow airport. His English is limited but he is punctual and friendly. I can’t fault KrakowTrips.com in the slightest; they provided a wonderful service and were happy to accommodate our Auschwitz request at the last minute. They were possibly not the cheapest option but they took any worry out of travelling and would certainly recommend to ...