Hostel Rynek 7
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... it is certainly unique.
Our second day, the weather had taken a turn for the worse and it was very cold and raining sideways. We were less than impressed when a youth stole Dom's newly purchased umbrella (bloody kids)…However, our day was very brightened when we met a Danish man during our lunch who was so inebriated he could barely speak. He informed us that his wife sent him to Krakow for his birthday. Additionally, he was ...
Sunday July 6th
*If Wroclaw is a hidden gem, Krakow is a dazzling jewel. A Unesco World Heritage Site
since 1978 and justifiably so. Krakow, renowned in European history,famous in more modern times for Helena Rubenstein ( she was born & grew up here ) Pope John Paul 2 ( worked here as a priest and Arch Bishop ) & of course the filming of Steven Spielberg’s film ‘ Schindler’s List’.
... few hours in a picturesque park close by to he hostel before returning to our room to nap, too hot for our pale unfit bodies. After napping we were hoping for the free dinner we had heard so much about, and put our names down to eat. We hung around in one of the 2 chill out areas, checking up on the kitchen every so often but somehow me missed dinner; no idea how! Disappointing that we didn't get told people were eating or even have some food saved. Thank god for ...
- We had a day in Auschwitz. Of course it was extremely sobering; I did not quite appreciate the massive scale of the place; the whole process was organised and mechanical. It was quite unreal and difficult to really comprehend. A few moments stick with me; seeing the huge pile of shoes - these were not just boring black ...
... actually quite entertaining. First we walked a little bit out of the city walls to the Jewish quarter – Kazimierz and stopped in front of the old Synagogue which was one the first synagogues founded by the Jews in the city of Krakow. We were also reminded that many parts of the famous Spielberg´s movie "Schindler´s List" were actually directed in the Jewish quarter of Krakow. Unfortunately none of us had seen the movie before we visited the city of Krakow but at ...