Travel Blogs from Krakow
... br> We cross over from old Krakow to the Jewish District of Kazimierz, if Old Town is a labrynth, this district is a rabbit warren. Numerous old synagogues, shops, cafes, bars are all crammed into a very tight area. Right in the middle is a small market square where you can haggle for all kinds of touristy items.
Near Kazimierz is the renovated Schindler's factory. This is the famous site where Arthur Schindler, a German Catholic ...
... one of the suggestions was a little restaurant about 50 metres from our apartment in a residential side street - and it was top notch - log cabin decor, wooden benches with fur throw overs, open fire, potato cakes with goulash, cabbage rolls, sauerkraut... and Bison vodka (grass infused - apparently the local favourite, mixed with apple juice) - that was Katie's. My beer came with a straw - is that because I had raspberry added to ...
To start off our Polish adventure we flew into Warsaw. We were both excited about returning to Eastern Europe, having really enjoyed our travels there last holidays. We were a bit worried reading the front page of the paper in London on the morning of our flight as more than 60 flights had been cancelled due to the storm. Luckily, this didn't apply to us!! We arrived at 4pm and were both shocked as it was dark time by the time we got to our hostel. The city was really beautiful ...
... I am tiring of my red jacket it is in all the photos but it is just so cold, I have even bought some gloves. Once the horses went down or mules I should say went down in the mine they never came to the surface again. The mine is over 300 kilometres long & 327 metres deep & is still operating & is over a thousand years old.I have a little catching up as I have missed a couple of entries, it ...
... we were there, there was a group of workmen with blowtorches trying to clear the plagues of snow before the ceremony. I didn't hear the tour guide at all here because she was talking into her scarf.
Because the Auschwitz tour started late we didn't get back into Krakow until very late. I joined a group of four girls I met on the Sound of Music tour. We stopped for lunch which took a long time to come.
On our way there we saw the Krakow dragon; he was ...
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