Kazimierz's Secret Apartments
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This past week I was able to fulfill one of the main goals I set for myself before coming abroad, travel to all of the countries that border the Czech Republic. Poland was the last country on the list and I went in with some pretty low expectations stupidly believing some of the stereotypes that one hears before actually going to a place. …
... depth but the most horrific part of the tour was visiting Auschwitz II. Entering the gate and seeing the train platform where two millions innocent people were sentenced to death, the bunkers, prison cells and the gas chambers were all extremely difficult to visit. The tour was informative and despite it being one of the saddest things I have done it was well with it. The question of how and why something so horrific happened still plays on my ...
... I buried my nose into my Kobo and managed to knock off two Sookie Stackhouse books before we arrived. We did have a quick pit stop for lunch in another tiny Slovakian town, and had a hilarious ordering experience in the pub. The man walked up to our table and when I ordeed a margarita (which was on the menu) he make a face and shook his head, then barked beer. I agreed, then we tried to ask for a menu. He replied "chicken or pork". ...
... player play a melody out of the four windows at the top of the spire. Apparently this is done on the hour, every hour! Still in the main square we went to the Town Hall Tower. Below this, centuries ago, used to be two basement rooms. One was a dungeon and torture chamber, the other a tavern. The two were divided by a wall with windows which allowed the tavern occupants to drink and view those on the less fortunate side. From there we went to the old university court yard ...
It seems I am growing weary of this blog, surely you noticed the title above? lol
Anyway, can't stop now as we're nearly at the end of the trip.
We caught the train from Warsaw to Krakow and 3 hours later had arrived on what confirmed to me to be a sub-par rail line in Poland. The train echoed the night train from Prague to Warsaw with it's rocking, clunking and lurching. Still, the inside of the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKazimierz's Secret Apartments Krakow
The apartment was beautiful and not overly expensive, it was also in a great location within relatively close proximity to everything one would want to see in Krakow.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.