Orange Hostel Krakow

Address: ul. Dietla 64, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-039, Poland | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Stare Miasto area of Krakow, is near The Planty, Ulica Florianska, Ulica Kanonicza, and Church of St. Andrew (Kosciol Swietogo Andrzeja).
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      Poland continued.....

      A travel blog entry by zajnlou on Jul 20, 2014

      12 comments, 26 photos

      ... always sing at our own birthday gatherings.
      Very special to hear that outside of our own home!

      Lots of tears and plenty of gift giving. If we knew we were going to be showered in gifts we would never have offered to take everyone out.
      You guessed it. Another visit to the Post Office!! and one of the girls was still there from our visit this morning. She laughed when we walked back in the door! Paul explained why we had returned!

      Marian and Stasia ...

      Words cannot express...

      A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 15, 2014

      51 photos

      ... during WW2 helping with the information from the war and what was happening. He asked to be parachuted into Auschwitz in 1944 to check whether an armed uprising in camp would work. 10s of thousands of Warsaw people taken to slave labour camps. He put in the 'prison' section of the camp and was killed the day before liberation. Kate's mom was taken there as an 8year old with her grandmother. Many years later her grandmother was given War of repayments roughly ...

      Proud to be Polish!

      A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 02, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... death. The Nazis would trick them into believing they were going to shower and then lock hundreds of people in and gas them until they suffocated. Overall, my experiences there were eye opening. At the end of the tour our guide reminded us that at any moment this could happen again, considering it was only 70 years ago. He also reminded us to value the life we have and not to be bothered by our so-called "problems". I definitely appreciate having had this opportunity and ...

      Austchitz

      A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Dec 22, 2013

      18 photos

      ... and destroyed but made a huge impression none the less. There is a train line to nowhere. The passengers arrived on the train and they were immediately sorted into two groups, those fit to work and those not. The ones who were not fit to work were marched down a path to the “have a shower” in the gas chamber. We walked from the sorting station to the where to the gas chambers were. This was such a moving ...

      The Fiery Dragon - Krakow, Poland

      A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis on May 10, 2013

      ... s church and the oldest mall, Cloth Hall. We also went to visit the Old Bell tower, but were cut off by a massive student precession where all the people walking were dressed up in random costumes. Apparently it is tradition now that a good portion of Krakow's 100, 000 post-secondary students march the streets and partake in various events during the 5 day holiday they have. It was awesome to see, and I ...