Dom Wycieczkowy Patria

ul. Limanowskiego 1 , Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-551, Poland | Hostel
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Stories from Krakow

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 26, 2014

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... jewelry shops and Polish Pottery shops -- both of which are specialties of Poland and make good souvenirs.

In one corner of the square is the beautiful Kościół Mariacki, or Saint Mary's Basilica. I wish I had the opportunity to go inside and take a picture, but unfortunately it was closed because there was a wedding going on inside. Oh well. The outside is quite beautiful itself. If you take a look at the two towers, you'll ...

Auschwitz Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by djmitchos on Mar 19, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... because it just felt disrespectful. Things like tons of real human hair found in a Nazi storage shed, which they used to make clothes with. And thousands of kids shoes and clothes, some of them were so tiny they were babies. All murdered for absolutely nothing, their lives taken before then even begun. The whole experience today really changed my whole view on life. On ...

Salt mines

A travel blog entry by judyann.goodman on Mar 05, 2014

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... We then got back to Krakow centre around 2 pm and had hot chocolate with a cherry vodka chaser outside in the square with heaters and blankets to keep you warm. Though according to Mick it wasn't a 26 degree "garden" as the advertisement boards said - his actual comment was " who sits drinking coffee with gloves on shivering and looking like 2 geriatrics??!!" I beg to differ - I was lovely and ...

Jewish festival and more

A travel blog entry by naomi7 on Jul 07, 2013

1 comment

... around for security and realizing that none of the Jewish Festival staff were on hand. After a few minutes, the tumult blew over, but it was a hell of a way to end an academic panel.

Aside from that, everything has been very nice. We went to another concert at the synagogue early Friday evening, and then on Saturday night there was a great big free outdoor concert on Szeroka Street with many ...


A travel blog entry by whitmwalt on May 26, 2013

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May 26, 2013 On the train Whit and I had maybe two to three hours of sleep each. The train creaked and the rails would shriek every 5 minutes, not to mention the constant rocking and tossing of our cabin. We didn't want to put in ear plugs because we wanted to wake up on time. In the middle of the night we heard a knock on our door and the cabin attendant told us that our eurorail global passes were not valid in Poland. Whitney paid for both our tickets on her visa. ...