Indalo Pokoje

Address: ul Tarlowska 15, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-102, Poland | Hotel
 
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Landing

A travel blog entry by sbttngr on Sep 09, 2016

Made it through the flight! Landed on time in Zurich and my connection was swift. Arrived in Kraków without too much time waiting for luggage. I hit the ATM and accidentally requested half of my total travel budget. Oops! Guess I'll be working off of cash for a good chunk of the trip. Caught a cab to he hotel and checked in. After a nice nap, …

In the Ghetto

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... buried. The Jews also don't place living things on tombstones i.e. flowers because they die. So, instead they place stones on the tombstone (check out the pic). I reckon the cemetery was the most depressing part of the tour.

We then visited the Jewish ghetto. The Jewish ghetto is where the Jews were all relocated before being transported to Auschwitz. Over 6,000 Jews were forced to live in only 300 rooms in the ghetto. In one day, all ...

Having a Krak

A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Nov 02, 2013

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... Battled my way through ****** Polish supermarkets, with their narrow aisles and cash-only checkouts. Went out regularly with the hostel, to the same cheap bars and mediocre clubs. Struggled through the subsequent hangovers. Hung around the breakfast room at the hostel, lingering over bread with cream cheese & chicken/salami/ham. Frequented the local bakeries, where 90% of the items seem to be sweet rather ...

Going separate ways

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 29, 2013

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... gas chamber to the Crematorium. The prisoners that were gased often survived for 2-3 minutes however some laster longer (up to 20 minutes) and the bodies were covered in blood, vomit and excrement. We were then shown the ash pits where most of the ashes were placed and we were told to look down at the path that we were walking on and there were little pieces of bone in the path as the paths had been made from these ashes.

From here we were taken to ...

Back On The Tourist Trail

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Jul 03, 2013

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... developed a sudden (well, not quite) craving for mutton biryani...but it wasn't on the menu!!! What self-respecting Indian restaurant doesn't have biryani on its menu??! We walked through some back streets to the Jewish Quarter, and to a quaint little square with (Jewish?) girls inviting us to join them for food and klezmer (Hava Nagila type music); the only restaurant with no girls touting its fare was ...