Guest Rooms Wrona

Address: Piwna 7, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-527, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Krakow Poland

A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Sep 26, 2014

7 photos

... in Europe -it took 12 years to build and is carved from 500 year old oak and linden wood. It is amazing to see. St Mart's Bugle Call is played every hour from the tower of the church. It is played 4 times, once in each compass direction. Free time allowed us to explore the Old Town, take advantage of the markets and to sample some delicious Polish food cooked at ...

Poland: Krakow / Zakopane / Tatra Mountains

A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell on Jun 30, 2014

139 photos

... of place you like to go twice. I can still picture several areas and rooms that stood out to me despite it being 6 years ago that I went. I took the opportunity to go to the shops but it was a bit sad shopping when you can't buy anything. The other days blur together but we went to several cool small bars where you can buy drinks for $1.50, hung out heaps in the Kazimir district which is the trendy young area. We were taken on a walking tour of sorts by our ...

Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jun 08, 2014

2 comments, 44 photos

... is Steve Speilburg's script book for Schinlender's List. The other is the hat he wore. It has his logo on it:

That's all from Krakow. It is a really interesting city with an association to some of the most infamous and despicable historical sites in history.

Join us for our next stop, Prague, in the Czech Republic. It has changed a lot since the old days of Czechoslovakia.

Taking a step back in time

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Dec 12, 2013

10 photos

... occur in each.

Towards the back is a memorial for the holocaust. There are gravestones, one for each language, which has the same written message / warning to all of human kind. It was a beautiful quiet area, which at times made it difficult to digest the horrors that took place here, and at other made it much too real.

It was a huge day, and one that has been weighing my on mind since. I will visit a camp in Germany on contiki next month. This is ...

Going underground for salt

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 30, 2013

10 photos

... to yet more delicious polish specialties, before Jase headed to the final museum on his list – the Polish Home Army War Museum. After taking a couple of wrong turns and getting stuck amongst a construction site we managed to find the museum, but I decided to sit this one out and spent the hour beating all of Jase’s top scores in Swampy on the phone, while he delved further into the background of the Polish military.