Abella Guest Rooms

ul Dluga 48, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-146, Poland | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Proud to be Polish!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... we had a very early 7am flight out of Rome. I was traveling with my friend Angela who I met during my first week in Rome. We arrived in krakow and immediately realized that language was going to be a bit of a barrier. So far Spanish has allowed me to navigate Italian and French had some similarities but Polish was a whole new level of foreign language. We needed to get into the city center and the taxi said it would be 89 zlotys. No way were we paying $90 for a 15 minute ...

Topdeck Hungary, Austria and Poland

A travel blog entry by cleegan


... coffee house. We ate lunch there in opulent surroundings with classical piano music playing and waiters with linen napkins draped over their arms serving us. We really fit the image too, a bunch of sweaty 20-something tourists. It was a delicious meal, goulash and chai latte and a Hungarian dessert tasting plate. Just what the doctor ordered to get me out of my funk!

We then set off on a continuation of our sight seeing adventure, heading across the river to ...

A Day At Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis

... taken from Jews and other victims. It was absolutely appalling, and I can't even describe the shock of seeing it all. Even worse yet, was staring at the pairs of shoes, then seeing small little pairs fit for children and babies...to realize such young innocence was lost is unreal. Later on I viewed the various photos of all the victims. One memorial told the story of a young Jewish family, with many pictures. One picture was of ...

Oh Wow, Krakow!

A travel blog entry by nicoleanderson


... to meet them and turned out they were pretty great guys.
We all went to the Wieliczka Salt Mines- almost like an underground city it's so big! It is home to the world's largest underground church, several chapels, a medical healing centre, old mine shafts, and of course lots of rock salt. It was very interesting to see such large and beautiful things, all entirely underground.

The boys helped me to move hostels, and we went to get some traditional Polish food. ...

Poland Will Never Forget Nor Forgive

A travel blog entry by thebests


... the camp follows a path parallel to the railway line, leading past the spot where the camp staff decided who got worked to death and who got to die immediately. The railway then continues further up to where the gas chambers and crematoria are situated. There were four large, operating crematoria in the camp. Resistance fighters in the camp destroyed one of these in 1944; the other three were blown up when the Germans evacuated the camp as the Russians advanced further into ...

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