Alf Hotel

Klimeckiego 24, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30 706, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Really Old Stuff....

A travel blog entry by beadledove


... an ear full!!!!

The central station station was right outside the old town of Krakow. The old city was walled and surrounded by a wide deep moat at one point. The moat was turned into a park which rings the old quarter, the "Planty" and makes for a great pedestrian walkway. Our taxi circled around the parkway and crept into the labyrinth of streets that is Krakow to the Mosquito Apartments. We had rented a one bedroom apartment on ...

Day 96: Warsaw to Krakow

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... br> On the side of the bridge where we started was the Jewish District (Old Jewish Quarter - Kazimierz). There were some old and new temples and synagogues around the main square. We did see a bar that claimed to be an American bar and a bunch of other places selling pretty cheap beer. After we had our look we went back to the hostel to warm up for a second with some tea.

Tomorrow we need to catch an early bus out of town and we wanted to ...

The Czech Republic - Part 1 - Krakow to Prague

A travel blog entry by denisemilburn

... our two days in Prague we walked and walked, and still didn't see half of what we had hoped to. We all agreed that a return trip was a definite must. The only thing missing was the snow. However, that was the case across the whole of Europe, so we had to be content with the biting cold and mostly clear skies that we encountered and just gaze wishfully at the many images we saw of Prague covered in white. I think that my favourite part of Prague ...

Kraków: beautiful city, heart-wrenching history

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw


... the quiet, peaceful atmosphere is in stark contrast to the noise and crowds mere metres away in the square.

Once we went outside again, we heard a second explosion and saw riot police positioning themselves on the square. A bit hesitant, but also excited, we walked closer to see what was going on. A group of men were converging on the square singing songs that sounded like war cries. We could almost feel the aggression oozing out of the group and it seemed as if the ...

Auschwitz – Birkenau

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... the Nazi’s to destroy when they fled the camps. We entered the camp and walked down a train line where the trains loaded full of prisoners would arrive. At the end of the train lines were the remains of the two large gas chambers and crematoriums, the Nazi’s had managed to blow these up before the camp was liberated. We were shown through one of the remaining barracks and a building that was an ablution block. The toilets ...

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