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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... a tour group to control visitor flow. Even in frigid late October, there are still that many people visiting the camp each day, which surprised me. But once we boarded the bus, I attempted to prepare myself for what we were about to experience, and put myself in a contemplative state of mind. However, it proved difficult once the bus driver chose a blaring 80s radio station, and we found ourselves driving down the highway to "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." It was ...
... how things turn out and the journey that is meant for us is not always the one we intended to take or even dreamed of. I'm so grateful to have come from such a great family and community that enabled me to do this. This trip has been a reflecting time for me and I have been thinking that if it weren't for my parents supporting my crazy dreams I wouldn't be here today. It's so true that everything ...
... up with a few of his friends we started doing, dare I say it, shots. So the night turned into another one full of randomness.
It’s always good fun meeting random people who are fascinated by an Australian. Then I laid eyes on a beautiful Slovakian woman across the room, and everything else just stopped. I figured Dan was off chasing tail of his own, so I left with the girl and we went off to several other bars together. Her name was ...
... included rather modern, fancy coloured sandals and high heels that women were wearing. I left Auschwitz with quite a few thoughts - all very nobel ones I guess. I found it scary just how recent these events happened.
- The tour of Auschwitz itself was also interesting; 3 hours walking around in and out of buildings and along ...
... text from the Lonely Planet as I think this sums it up in short form and photos will tell the rest of the story. There is so much history here that I couldn't possibly start to detail it and or do it justice. Auschwitz was only partially destroyed by the fleeing Nazi's, so many of the original buildings remain as a bleak document of the camp's history. Unesco decided to adopt the wordy title Auschwitz Birkenau - German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940-1945) for its ...