Blue Hostel Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... I saw the ID to prove it), Hayley, Jarred, Kirsten, Tim and I were joined by two Polish girls; friends with one of the hostel staff.
Returning from the bar I noticed a man standing on a concrete bench posing for a photo in the main square, I decided I should photo-bomb but wasn't near enough. After passing he got back up to take another shot, this was my chance. My thought of how slippery it would be only ...
... Mother you would have been in heaven! We did some wandering and saw the Krakow castle, it was a bustling Sunday afternoon with the sun out and about. As we made our way back to the hostel we stopped to watch some kids performing on the stage set up doing Polish dancing. They were awesome and even did the low to the ground kicks. The music cut out with 30 seconds to go so the crowd clapped them in being the music for them until their routine was up. We also saw a ...
Poland started in 966. Krakow is older than Poland. Jews settled in Poland, from Germany and Czech, during the crusades.
The only king in the history of Poland was called Kazimerz the Great; he had 3 wives and hundreds of women. He had a beautiful Jewish woman named Esther. The king was good to the Jews because of her.
Before WWII, Poland was the biggest place for Jews, other than USA.
The Nazis wanted to destroy the culture, religion, and everything Jewish. ...
... And something I've been thinking more and more about recently is an idea of humanity. Like, yes we have our nationality, our language and our country, but these are just factors that keep us united to some, but then divided from others. What really unites us is our humanity. I could be Australian, Syrian, Argentinian, speak English, Arabic or Hindi, be Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, be straight, gay, female, male, whatever, these are just categories and ...
... s mug from the area. These rituals help me cope with the whelm of moving around to new locations. Anyway, with that backdrop, Michael and I decided to take another day trip to a Czech city by the name of Karlovy Vary in search of drama masks for my daughter.
Karlovy Vary ...