Guliwer Hostel

Kalwaryjska 42, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-504, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

What a fabulous surprise- KRAKOW! by Belinda Held

A travel blog entry by belinda.held


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The square was rocking! I forgot to mention the Hard Rock Cafe has a spot in the middle of the coffee shops. There was a massive stage and bands playing, the gluhwein was flowing- people were dancing to 80’s music – I didn’t feel like dancing.

I wandered over to Da Pietro again, and had lasagna. It was superb. I felt better now. Going to Auschwitz is similar to attending a funeral, you feel empty and depleted afterwards, ...


A travel blog entry by sophevans


... Elle and I shared a bottle of wine and the boys all had beers. We arrived at the meeting point for the pub crawl early, but again, there was no one there. Harry thought one group met at his hostel, so we went back there to suss it out. In their common room, a bunch of people were singing terrible karaoke and doing vodka tasting. We ran into Amy and Sam again. Natan and Sam performed a heart-renching version of My Heart Will Go On, then everyone left together for a ...


A travel blog entry by carloswysling


... perfect storm" takes place. An evolved society as the one in Germany was easy prey for manipulation and control when all the factors were lined up and waiting for the right opportunist. From the moment Adolf Hitler took hold of the Chancellor's office in Berlin, Germans surrendered their will to one man, one belief. They "saw nothing, heard nothing" as the German machine rolled on to crush internal and external opposition. ...

Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013


... and I was just in time to partake in one of the free walking tours. I threw my stuff in the room and made my way to the meeting point. Most of the places I have been too have these free walking tours! They are awesome. I always learn a ton of stuff and the best part, is they are free. You can tip them at the end if you feel they did a good job. I always tip, but I have seen plenty that don't. Anyway. I had a lovely walking tour that day, aside from the ...

Mega entry!

A travel blog entry by possum1

... Each one had an exhibition relating to a different theme. One building had rooms full of things that had been taken from the prisoners when they arrived – the most shocking one was probably the display of two tonnes of women’s hair. There were also displays of glasses, shoes, shoe polish and brushes. The exhibition that got to me the most was seeing “mugshot” photos of some of the prisoners, which also said the amount of time they'd spent at the camp – ...

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