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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. …
... the different rooms of the factory, through personal accounts, artistic installations and war commentary.
Keeping us engaged for nearly two hours, we left Schindler’s factory with a new understanding of the atrocities committed in the city during the 30’s and 40’s, and headed towards the Ghetto, a short walk away. With little still standing of the original walls which barricaded the settlement, we followed the numerous plaques and ...
... pressure to tip on the walking tours we took in Rome. On the other tours, the guide just passes around a bag and doesn't even look at what you put in. Tip what you can afford for sure. If you truly don't enjoy the tour, just walk away when you get bored. It was free anyways. If you enjoy it enough to stick around to the end, definitely make sure to tip.
Anyhow, the guide for my tour was a native ...
... shame the poor staff obviously have never seen so many hungry children - eventually got out of the 20 minutes later than what we were supposed to. Went on a walk about (in the chill) in this beatufilly history filled city (majority of which unknown to the children) Then off to the performance and dinner. This morning will be a quiet ...
... streetcars. The city centre, about a kilometer in radius is surrounded by a greenbelt full of mostly harmless drunks. The market square is really a great work of architecture and always has street fairs and performers. Almost each street is a masterpiece of architecture as the city was spared during the WWII.
We were surprised by the quality of the Polish restaurant scene. There were lots of Asian, Indian and vegetarian choices. Prices ...
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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.
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