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Estery street 16, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-122, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Proud to be Polish!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz

6

... to marry his daughter. Many tried and failed until a peasant man came and asked if he could give it a go. The King agreed and this man got a huge package of sulfur and put it inside of a fake lamb. The dragon ate the lamb and eventually exploded or something and thats all I can remember. Nowadays, there is a metal statue of the dragon that breaths fire every so often. I was reading online that you can even send a text message to it to make it go off! We got a small break ...

Topdeck Hungary, Austria and Poland

A travel blog entry by cleegan

12

... and had a rather delicious schnitzel for lunch, before heading back to the hostel to get all glammed up for our night at the Viennese Orchestra! And what fun it was! It was so exciting to hear some of the beautiful classical pieces I know and love (and one I can actually play), played by a 15 or so piece orchestra, along with singers and a little bit of comedy thrown in to spice things up! It was also good fun to get dressed up with the girls, especially considering ...

Rain and More Perogies

A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis

... getting our bags and cleaning up we caught the night train to Vienna and this time got an excellent train - better beds, air control, and only had to share it with an old Austrian/German? man. Overall, I will have to return to Krakow. There is still more to see still and I loved it. It's beautiful, cheap, and has rich history. So burn down the silly Eastern European stigma and visit. Trust me, you'll be glad you ...

Raj Pierogi and Friends

A travel blog entry by sp13rome

... again after his mentor died in the same plane accident as the PM. That was pretty cool, we were impressed and all, but then he told us he was conservative! First European conservative I had met (and the last too). He wasn't a huge fan of Obama either, and he loves Texas. Basically we loved him. Speaking of Obama though, apparently he had just recently referred to Auschwitz, Birkenau and Treblinka as "Polish death camps" in this day and ...

Poland Will Never Forget Nor Forgive

A travel blog entry by thebests

22

... and our first port of call was a traditional Polish dumpling house. We picked out a trio of different varieties and scoffed the lot. More than satisfied, we continued on, strolling around the old town. Like most European cities with an old town, this one was very pretty, with a huge town square in the middle that was devoid of cars. Yes, the weather still remained somewhere between awful and terrible, but that could not take away from the square. It seemed enormous, ...

 

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