Hostel Wegierska

Wegierska 6, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-535, Poland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Poland continued.....

A travel blog entry by zajnlou on Jul 20, 2014

12 comments, 26 photos

... the UK still.
Infact Paul and Danita will catch up with him in the UK in September and he will be visiting us in Geelong in October!
Can't wait to tell them and compare stories.

Didn't have a lot of time as Halina (Andzrej's wife) was ringing to see where we were.
We got stuck in some sort of traffic jam and were being redirected by the police to go another way so it took us a very long time but we finally made it.
Their daughter who is living in the ...

Proud to be Polish!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 02, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... They have a grand ballroom that had a band playing for a party. Imagine having your wedding 300 feet underground! It was a really fun adventure and a great pick-me-up after the heartache from the morning. I bought a lot of great souvenirs from the mine and would highly recommend a visit to anyone since it is so close to Krakow. We got back to the hostel just in time to have a "traditional" polish meal with all of the other guests. I seem to have no reservations when it ...

Hey, I'm in Poland!

A travel blog entry by prairiefish on Feb 28, 2014

4 photos

... arrived & the city was hopping by 3PM. I'm already in love with Polish pottery. I wish I could take it all home with me. Stumbled onto a fantastic vegetarian resturant which was a surprise & a treat. Signed up for a tour ( only accessible with a guided tour) of the famous Wieliczka underground salt mine tomorrow, which is about 15km southeast of town. Lots to see in 5 ...

Krakow , Polands heart.

A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5 on Aug 13, 2013

1 comment, 41 photos

... city. It began as a hamlet on Wawel Hill and was already being reported as a busy trading centre of Slavonic Europe in 965. After the invasion of Poland at the start of World War II, Kraków became the capital of Germany's General Government. Poles and Jews were classified as subhumans by the occupiers and were targeted for eventual extermination. The Jewish population of the city was moved ...

Topdeck Hungary, Austria and Poland

A travel blog entry by cleegan on Jul 23, 2013

12 photos

... coffee house. We ate lunch there in opulent surroundings with classical piano music playing and waiters with linen napkins draped over their arms serving us. We really fit the image too, a bunch of sweaty 20-something tourists. It was a delicious meal, goulash and chai latte and a Hungarian dessert tasting plate. Just what the doctor ordered to get me out of my funk!

We then set off on a continuation of our sight seeing adventure, heading across the river to ...

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