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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... whole experience - the almost absolute silence, and solitude we experienced while we walked through almost the whole camp without seeing more than one or two other people was eerie; but also somewhat poignant. The tour through the camp, all self walk and for us self guided, took about an hour and a half. You basically walk down the centre and then around the perimeter of the camp, stopping every couple of hundred meters at a map, information tablet, and memorial. I'm not sure ...
... of shoes, suitcases, kitchen supplies. The Germans tried to hide what they had done, and burned a lot of Auschwitz down. We only stayed on Poland one day because we were afraid to be stuck there for the 3 days following Easter. I would love to go back when the weather is not so horrible and be able to see more of Poland and revisit Auschwitz to see ...
After a sleepless night and a big breakfast we were picked up at the motel to go on our tour of Auschwitz. Having seen many documentaries and reading books and articles about it, did not prepare any of us for what lay in store. Whilst what happened in the Concentration Camps can at best be described as the most shameful chapter of the 20th century, I am at a loss for words to describe the place. It is ...
... the waiters/waitresses, taxi drivers and hotel proprietors, but to get a sense of who we are. The Poles have a history like no others. Today was very informative. We learned that the Poles were oppressed by the Austrians, then the Nazis, then the Soviets. After over a hundred years of being without a country, the Poles finally have their country back. One can understand the perseverance of the Polish people ...
So we arrived in Krakow late afternoon, hang out in the rooms before going for a walking tour.
I was bunking in with Olivia and Mel this time round and for some reason it was in this city I really began to miss my family and friends. I spent a couple of hours on wifi messaging a few of my friends to see how they were.
Later that night we headed out into town, where we found out that our accommodation was in the middle of no where. We had to ...