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ul. Emaus 28b, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-13, Poland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Some Thoughts About Humanity

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... be working. So seeing it all organised quite methodically was disturbing and heartbreaking.

We also saw the gas chambers and the furnaces and the places where they were 'housed'. We were also told about the selection process of whether one would be useful or not and the different reasons. There were also human experimental buildings. We were told about their daily lives there. It is a wonder that anyone survived, but somehow there were survivors. ...

Whelmed and Overwhelmed

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054


... were taking walks, playing in the park and enjoying the waters of the Danube. A beautiful downtown square was populated with many folks window shopping and enjoying dinner out. The journey to Regensburg, finding parking, eating dinner and walking around town is an example of feeling whelmed. Although enjoyable to visit a new city, all of the activity in ...


A travel blog entry by tofor85


... see over the fields, some two kilometres. We are told that up to half a million could have been crammed here at once. The amount of dorm buildings seems impossible to count, or at least the ones that remain. 75% of these buildings, only a chimney remains, most were burnt by the Nazis before they left. In the centre of the camp, stood the train station. Here many would arrive daily. They would be stripped of their belongings, divided between men women ...

How Now Krakow

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels


... into our private room to drop our bags and take off to explore and find a patio for a well deserved drink!

The main square and old town were just buzzing with tourists and locals alike. Definitely the busiest place we've seen to date. I think it's safe to say summer tourism has begun in Europe! Horse drawn carriages take eager visitors for a tour around old town and souvenir shops ...

Schindler's Day Off

A travel blog entry by emfletche


... at Nova…The food is good and once again plentiful. We decide to move on and have an after-dinner drink elsewhere, but after a wander around Plac Nowy without making a decision on where to drink we decide that an early night so that I can rest my weary bones is the best option. Plus, one of Daniel’s fellow drivers is picking us up at 9am tomorrow for our trip to Auschwitz and I want to be as bright and breezy as I can for what is bound to be an emotional ...


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