Travel Blogs from Krakow
So after maybe 4 hours of sleep we woke up (still kinda drunk I might add) had a shower and headed to the bus station. We picked up a donair for breakfast and waited for the bus. 1 donair + 1/2 litre orange fanta = disaster waiting to happen. Yup you guessed it I (James) expelled the devil from my body! And not convieniently in a garbage …
We arrived in Krakow and found our hostel then went and explored the old town to see what it had to offer. Jackie was also on the hunt for perogies as we haven't had any since we left home and she's missed all the family gatherings where she gets home-made perogies. We ended up eating at a kebab place and they also happen to make perogies so …
The horrible name of Auschwitz stirs emotions and reactions from all over the world, none more so than in Europe. It was a matter of debate when it came to doing this blog. I desperately want to respect everything but I also wanted to educate people.
Most of the photos were taken outside and the more serious impacting photos were not included.< …
To simplify this blog, I can say that Krakow was amazing; A beautiful city, great people and a lovely culture. Done, Posted.
Ok Then, I will go in to more detail.
A country and a city with so much history, that going there for a few days doesn't do this great city any justice. But not only this city, but the areas around it also. These will …
... him, whilst I couldn't find the courage to face this. It was a long day for them all, and Vik was not as upset as I thought he would be. Whilst there, Jola rang her parents to see if any of the old paperwork they have provided anymore details on Vik's dad's time there. It showed that his last few days were spent in Block 11. They were able to find this, and it turns out that this was a virtual "death row"- a holding block for those to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed