Trzy Kafki Hostel

Slowackiego 29, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-159, Poland | Hostel
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The Adventure of a Life Time!

A travel blog entry by maggiekr

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... own.
That weekend after our first week of school I went to Oktoberfest!! I bought a dirndl, which is the tradition German dress. I'm happy that I went, but it was an experience that I think I will do only once in my life. I say this because Megan and I camped in a Munich forest in October. Never a good idea because its so cold and uncomfortable. I mean I knew it was going to be cold going into camping, but I did ...

Crashing time in Krakow

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan

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... ourselves at the central caravan park (approx. 4 Km from the city center. When we were all set up we got on our bikes and headed into the city. It was a very pleasant ride mostly along bike tracks (in some places their bike tracks left a bit to be desired). We rode up the Wawel Royal castle with the intention of getting our bearings for the next day. While we were there we decided to visit the "Old Jewish Quarter". It was the Jewish Ghetto during WW2. I have to admit ...

Final Day

A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78

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... the streets nearby. It's not a massive place in the old town but I'd like to go back and see the jewish area, the purpose built communist town and the salt mine.

I did walk past the house which the pope lived in. They love their pope (but then again it's a catholic country so they would do, especially if he's a local boy) and there was a big shrine for him there. I decided to visit a couple of the local museums instead of going to the castle so ...

A Day At Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis

... murdered here alone. My day started in Auschwitz, which is about an hour and a half outside the city. Walking onto the site gave a very eerie chill, as I gazed out onto the 28 blocks that locked in thousands of victims, most of whom were Jewish. It is important to note that many other people were the victims of the Nazi's too, including Polish citizens (and other nationalities), soldiers, Gypsies, homosexuals, the ...

Auschwitz and Birkenau

A travel blog entry by jusandra

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... the first to enter the camps at the time of liberation. What he witnessed was harrowing and had a profound effect on him and the others who were there.

Once we arrived at Auschwitz we were met by one of the guides and issued with earphones and a radio receiver. These allowed us to hear the guides commentary without her having to speak too loudly. Because of what happened within the 2 camps, both locations are viewed as very sacred by the ...

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