Guest Rooms Wrona

Address: Piwna 7, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-527, Poland | Hostel
 
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Visiting the Jewish District (Kazimierz)

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Jul 08, 2015

2 comments, 52 photos

... looking to cater to curious visitors.






PERSONAL FEELINGS:


Personally, I have mixed feelings.


I am not sure how I would feel if I were here in this district when night falls or if I would have liked to book a hotel in this area when I visit again.


I had ...

23rd-31st March 2015, Slovakia, Poland and Czech R

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Mar 29, 2015

40 photos

... t want to presume. The dog was nestled in her crossed legs, with the rat nuzzling dog and owner alike. Almost Djang reincarnated.

After a Polish mead in a café we find a jazz bar, where we stay until 1:30am before returning home.

We awake the next day to cars zooming incredibly fast down a 2-way street that has cars parked on both sides. We are preparing to leave when I look outside to see 2 cop cars and at least 5 ...

Auschwitz.

A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 10, 2014

27 photos

... was indescribable. But I will try my best.


The Germans started creating concentration camps in 1933. People seen as *undesirable elements* and Jews were imprisoned. Auschwitz was set up by the German occupying forces in 1940 in the suburbs of Oswiecim.


The drive to Auschwitz from Krakow took about 1 ˝ hours to get there via coach bus where we watched a very informative documentary about the Liberation. One of the most poignant quotes that ...

Stuck in pain on a sleeper train.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Sep 27, 2014

10 photos

... full work. Being too British to put anyone out of their way to translate for me I started using a google translator. I kept reserving tickets then it kept timing out so at one point I thought id booked potentially a double decker bus for my solo use. I started frantically emailing the Polski bus site explaining my predicament and even they stopped responding. I finally figured it out and then I realised that in a room of 8 people, 6 of them were Polish, my politeness was ...

Crime of Communism

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 13, 2014

9 photos

... but to adopt Communist doctrine. Nobody could believe that the USA and UK would allow USSR to take over so everyone was waiting for another war to take place.
'Normalization' started taking place where people had to get on with their lives, and they gave up believing things would not be any better than they were. Countries were forced to accept Communism.

20 million people died in WW2.
Those were criminal years - you accept it ...