Alf Hotel

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

Krakow, the beautiful side

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Dec 07, 2014

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... br> Underground lakes, and the largest underground Cathedral just add to the experience!

In our final hours we made a visit to Wawel Hill, the Castle and Cathedral complete with fire breathing dragon! Once the home of the polish monarchy, these proved to be some of the most beautiful castle architecture I have seen yet in Europe, the Cathedral seemed to offer a bit of everything as it had been added to over ...

Krakow to Lublin

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 25, 2014

... took us up three flights of stairs to our penthouse. We declined the offer of sleeping in a loft and ended up on a fold out divan. At Severn we went down stairs to meet Amita, Simon, Bella and Sofia. They gad changed not at all in 6 months. We went further dozen to meet a very slim Ram and Dominika and a lot of their young wedding guests, Dominikas attractive sister Luczia and Jacqueline the wedding dress designer for Dominika and a Princess Anne. Merilyn came in looking very ...

Schindler's List

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 24, 2014

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... you went simply to drink milk - an attempt at encouraging people to consume more dairy products, rather than drinking moonshine - and have all the charm and sanitary standards of a service station bathroom.)

On reaching the main square, we explored the market inside the Cloth Hall and admired St Mary's Church (where every hour a local fireman plays a sombre tune on his trumpet, a reminder of Tartar Raids in the 13th Century, which were observed from the Church's ...

Human Horror to Divine Mercy

A travel blog entry by bwells on Mar 27, 2014

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... a day spent touring these camps, we made it to our hotel in Krakow just in time for dinner and bed, what a long and worthwhile, yet hard day. The next day was much easier, spent touring Krakow and then going to see the Divine Mercy shrine. In Krakow, we also had some time to ourselves which involved homemade perogies, ice cream (and later that night , and (for me) buying a handmade polish pipe! Then it was to the shrine! The architecture of the shrine wasn't like ...


A travel blog entry by whitmwalt on May 26, 2013

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... out of respect for the victims. The air was heavy, as everyone knew they were standing in the exact spot, and looking at the same walls where these atrocities occurred and thousands of people stood before they were murdered. We then had a quick break and then were taken to the extension of the camp called Birkenau. We stood on the platform where thousands of Jews arrived, unloaded like cattle from the cramped windowless rail cars. Birkenau was designed to hold ...