Travel Blogs from Poland

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Not all it's Krak'd up to be, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Not all it's Krak'd up to be

A travel blog entry by renjel_warrior


I realise i've left this latest entry hanging a bit. Think i started to worry some people when they hadn't heard anything from me. Must say i am flattered. Anyway, it's my last night in krakow, should of been last night, but i'll get on to that in a ...

Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by b.a.manzella

I did some volunteer work on a farm near Bialystok for a month, stayed with a family. On the border with Belarus.. It was ok, but too cold. So I got out of ...

Monastary of Jasna Gora in Czestochowa, Czestochowa, Poland travel blog

Monastary of Jasna Gora in Czestochowa

A travel blog entry by jkroll1952


... importance of the roman catholic church in the lives of the Polish people.  Catholicism is the predominant religion in Poland.  I can say that I did not see any protestant churchs during our travels, and only a few Jewish synagogues while ...

Sunday, Day of Rest, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Sunday, Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by conniemcc


I've been in Poland a week now and feel a lot more oriented. The weather this weekend has been beautiful and sunny - I think we were in the high 60s this afternoon. Today was the day of President Kaczynski's funeral service in St. Mary's Cathedral ...

A day at sea spent massaging & Salsa dancing, Baltic Sea , Poland travel blog

A day at sea spent massaging & Salsa dancing

A travel blog entry by abalzer


June 8, 2010, day at Sea We were at sea today so I worked out in the morning, Sam went to a lecture about Catherine the Great, and Danielle slept.  We all met up and went to a massage class (how to give). Afterwards Sam and I learned ...

Aushwitz and Birkenau, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Aushwitz and Birkenau

A travel blog entry by becky23


... to Krakow, after sleeping heavily on the bus ( i think i was drooling.... not going to lie...) then i needed to eat something... and Poland is the place to eat right? and  we saw this good restraunt thing, so we got food there... i had Potatos and ...

Warszaw and a Broken Computer, Warszaw, Poland travel blog

Warszaw and a Broken Computer

A travel blog entry by kscottho


Well it has finally happened, there is less than a week of school left. I have officially finished 2 of my classes, final exams and all. I have 3 more exams and my thesis to finish off. That's enough about the scholastics. Last Thursday I went to go ...

Warsaw uprisen, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

Warsaw uprisen

A travel blog entry by ozvere


... to know that we came across more palaces than churches!  These are being used as government offices and the university rather than opulent museums. The weather was not very kind to us but we formed a very favourable picture of Poland's capital. ...

Krakow, Krakow, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by ben27

Again, I haven't learnt any Polish because I'm only here for two days. Poland is amazing though!! I'm on a tour through the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary, so I've been through Oloumoc in the east of the Czech Republic and tomorrow will go through ...

Bea's Home Town, Chełmek, Poland travel blog

Bea's Home Town

A travel blog entry by sailormanjake


XMAS, Near Poznan, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by tomma


Road trip to Poland with my dad.... with his driving it didnt take long although it was a bit scary at times and in the end we got a bit lost and drove deeper and deeper into a snowy forest on a dirt road. But in the end we finally got there and a big ...

Ahhhh Chopin, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

Ahhhh Chopin

A travel blog entry by ka.duncan

Started the morning with a trip to Wilanow Palace. Very nice and very well kept. Built in the 17th Century by King Jan Sobieski III for his French wife who apparently wanted a Palace like Versailles-hence she was never that happy until things were ...

Auschwitz and Warsaw...the lows and highs, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

Auschwitz and Warsaw...the lows and highs

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate


We were up very early this morning, bags to the bus at 715am so we could start our drive to Warsaw. We had two major stops along the way and we knew it was going to be a long emotional day. Our first stop was one I had been dreading since I booked the ...

Into Poland, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Into Poland

A travel blog entry by fiseb


Our first stop in Poland was into Krakow, which we actually almost missed, having made a wrong connection. In the end we made it though, and it was really impressive to walk into the main square for the first time. It's one of the biggest in Europe, and ...

Czesc! Our Time at Auschwitz, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Czesc! Our Time at Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil


... this terrible place. We only spent one day in Krakow, but that evening we wish we had another day to explore the city. I would say, if you're in the area--it is definitely worth spending a few days in Poland and experiencing Auschwitz. We are glad we ...

Last day in Krakow, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Last day in Krakow

A travel blog entry by dancera

The Rynek was having this fresh foods market. So we got kielbasa and mushrooms. Delicious of course. We then took a tram to my old dorm: Piast. Oh it felt so good to be there. We went up to my floor and then walked around. It seems like yesterday I was ...

I think she wants you to eat more, Pszczyna, Poland travel blog

I think she wants you to eat more

A travel blog entry by andrew.campbell

The word and place Pszcyna will forever conjur up images of only one thing. Food. Tasty Food I have never eaten so much food in my life. Our day would go something like.... 11:00 - Wake up 11:10 - Breakfast (consisting of basically everything yummy ever ...

And Hours to Go Before I Sleep, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

And Hours to Go Before I Sleep

A travel blog entry by sarakmills


... , with dark orange on the horizon blending into yellow, and the yellow blending into the blue sky. I hardly slept on the flight and Poland is 5 hours behind Bangkok, so I'm now on a mission to stay up until a reasonable hour before I go to bed, which I ...

Train travel, food, Olsztyn, Olszytn, Poland travel blog

Train travel, food, Olsztyn

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick


We've been on a number of different types of train so far. The International train from Berlin to Gdansk was set out in compartments with 6 seats in each, arm rests between the seats, racks above the seats for luggage and space under the seats for more. ...

Auschwitz - Birkenau, Oswiecim, Poland travel blog

Auschwitz - Birkenau

A travel blog entry by finntopson


Got up at 7.30 and managed to get the train this time to Auschwitz. The train took about an hour and a half to Oswiecim, or as the Nazis renamed it - Auschwitz. It's not the biggest of the three camps in the area, but it's the one that has all the museum ...

Krakow City, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Krakow City

A travel blog entry by natter_17


... :// Krakow dormitory, Barbakan, Grunwald Monument ...

Morskie Oko, Zakopane, Poland travel blog

Morskie Oko

A travel blog entry by dancera


... there with strollers, older people, and the such. Morski Oko is a thing that just about every single Polish person living in southern Poland yes it is very popular. After a while, it began to get more steep. Every so often, wagons with ...

I should have gone to the navigation nightclasses, Grójec, Poland travel blog

I should have gone to the navigation nightclasses

A travel blog entry by petcul

... day from Magdeburg just clocking up the miles through a flat countryside mainly on motorways and it is getting late as I reach Grojec in Poland. The only hotel the Garmin points me to is way out of my price range, even with the reductions they offer. Well ...

Footloose in KRAKOW, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Footloose in KRAKOW

A travel blog entry by footloosetv


Our filming tour in East Europe was to three beautiful cities (Budapest, Prague & Krakow) from the former Eastern Bloc which have a very different history to our own. The interesting changes since the fall of Communism, as well as their ...

Polens Berge, Zakopane, Poland travel blog

Polens Berge

A travel blog entry by different9


Heute verschlägt es mich in das südliche Polen nach Zakopane. Mir war schon bewusst, dass das Örtchen einen touristischen Stellenwert hat, aber dass es ein derartiger Besuchermagnet ist hast mich doch überrascht. Zakopane liegt an der höchsten ...

Mikolajki, Mikolajki, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by gavin.porter

... Camp Wagabunda. The roads really did deteoriate in quality and condition. The Satnav arrival times were way too optimistic throughout Poland. We chose the campsite due to the little Internet symbol next to it in the German campsite book we'd picked up. ...

Poland: cheap food, salt mines, Auschwitz, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Poland: cheap food, salt mines, Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by carleenrenee


I have already decided that I absolutely love Poland. Granted, we have only been here for a few days so far, but so far it is fantastic. Krakow reminds me so much of Prague. Like Prague, it wasn't bombed to pieces during WWII, so it has lots of beautiful ...

KRAKOW = GOOD PUFF PASTRIES, Krakow, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by unbound


From Budapest we took an overnight train to Krakow, Poland. This was another fun train ride. We got a sleeper cabin. We hoped it would just be us, but maybe another person. Nope...all 6 beds were taken. For those of you who have ever seen what a 2nd ...

Another day in Poland, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

Another day in Poland

A travel blog entry by worldtrip_kp


... at my CS address, and Anita showed me some photos of her home town, what is located next to the second highest mountain in Poland.. A really nice town.. We wanted to go food shopping,but the shop was already closed.. So we created a chicken pasta with ...

The City of Salt and Synagogues, Krakow, Poland travel blog

The City of Salt and Synagogues

A travel blog entry by theresapitts

... rest of eastern Europe alone. It was the first time I'd slept in a room by myself since leaving Uganda 3 months ago. I loved Poland, despite getting off to a rather rough start. My grandfather passed away, then hours later, my camera was stolen. It ...

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