Alf Hotel

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

An Unexpected Discovery- Warning Graphic Content

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 08, 2015

1 comment, 61 photos

... dependent on Polish buses- not the most reliable form of transport here!

Safely settled in to my hostel I head out for drinks with my room mates for my first night in Krakow. The main square all alight, it doesn't take long before the night turns from a couple of drinks out to a drinking contest between the Germans at our table and group of much older German men at the next table over. Gotta hand it to them, the men in the 60's and 70's held their composure well, showing ...


A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Mar 02, 2015

... ruined by Belgium, now everything just seems sub-standard) and a good chat with everyone about the great time we had in Krakow. All in all I think Krakow is beautiful, and if we went there earlier in our trip, in summer, before we had seen 1000 churches, castles and old towns, I wouldn't be able to stop raving about it. But for this trip....I think I'll just have to save judgement for next time. In other news, Steph found an amazing deal for us to stay at a 5 star hotel ...

Day 16 - Kraków, Poland

A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Oct 08, 2014

15 photos

... Anyways, today I succeeded in incorporating myself into these cultures a bit more... even my American accent sounds silly. Since I'm about to leave Kraków, I'm trying to get the last few tourist stops out of the way. Tomorrow I'm planning a half day trip to some Salt Mines, but today I checked off a couple more in-city sites, including Schindler's (List) Factory, and Wawel Castle and Cathedral. Both I did at my own pace and took no tours throughout them. ...


A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 18, 2014

1 comment

As you can imagine, Auschwitz was an extremely difficult place to visit. It was disturbing, horrifying, sad, macabre, eerie, surreal and scary at the same time. As soon as I walked into what was the largest German Nazi death camp during World War II, I was overcome with a strong sense of dread at a level I had not anticipated. The weather that day didn't help—it was very bleak, no sun, with scary looking dark clouds looming above, threatening to rain on us but never did. ...

Krakow - Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Dec 15, 2013

4 photos

... into town via Wawel Hill, the former royal palace site. Got there too late to buy a ticket, as it was "Get in Free Sunday" for the palace state rooms and the tickets had all gone. Strolled the palace grounds, went in the cathedral, much to the family's delight (ABC - another bloody church), then back to our digs via the Old Town square and every souvenir shop in Krakow! Only made one boo-boo with food tonight - I bought some (what I thought was) ...