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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Monday Morning City Walk

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152

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... Hall Tower was once attached to the immense Town Hall, but when the building swayed and collapsed, the tower remained and has been preserved to this day.

We walked past a number of other churches (Krakow has hundreds), and eventually came to the St. Francis Basilica. The church is right next to the building in which Pope John Paul II used to live. He was well loved by the Polish people, and would open his window at night ...

Going separate ways

A travel blog entry by word-a-day

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Thursday morning, and for once Jase was up earlier than me as he was off on is tour to Auschwitz solo as I had decided I didn't want to visit. Not because I wanted to remain ignorant of the realities of the infamous concentration camp, simply I didn’t need to see the camp to feel the suffering and pain and understand the enormity of the lives taken by the facility.

So setting out on different paths, we had the first day without each other in ...

Day 19: Classic rhapsody 2

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie

... chambers the SS converted it to a bomb bunker. But by not that big a thousand ppl could have fit in there. We walked through the area they got undressed and hung their clothes carefully up then into the next room where they were killed by the SS who dropped pellets of zyclone b down a shaft. Oh that was another exhibit, a massive pile of zyclone b canisters. Anyway then we moved to next room where prisoners would take the bodies and load them into the furnaces. ...

Welcome to Eastern Europe.

A travel blog entry by reece_k

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... it properly.
After dinner and a few more drinks apparently it was time to sing a Christmas carol, there was a big sheet with the twelve days of Christmas painted on it hanging from the wall so we all sang it together, this seemed a little weird to me but it was also Hilarious because everyone was so drunk and kept singing the wrong lines.
Later in the night Ruth gave a speech and Ben was knighted Sir Ben the Galliant, a real sword was used and Ben did not ...

Crackcow'd by Brent

A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani

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... the war a flourishing Jewish community of thousands had once lived. Now in the whole of Krakow less than 200 residents claim to be practicing Jews according to the most recent census. And it is understandable that the community never recovered here so close to such atrocity.
The lack of jewish folk in the area doesn’t deter the largest jewish folk festival in the world from being held here every year. And as our knowledgeable & passionate guide was shown on ...

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