Aparthotel Ambasador

ul. Krowoderska 70, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-158, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Beyond the Iron Curtain

A travel blog entry by angel2014


... next day we went on a free walking tour of the Market area of Krakow where we were told about the inherent strength and resilience of Krakownian's who built a medieval city that was never taken over and how during WWII university lecturers who were threatened with death if they taught made lectures in there own houses with six students because they believed in the right of education. Polish people are really strong people who have been under siege not only by one ...

Hitting the Polish Road

A travel blog entry by alleifer


... on our bus!

Jewish cemeteries are where we will meet most of the founders and spreaders of charismatic Jewish movements. In the Halachic world we meet and learn about Shlomo Shachner, the Rema, the Marshal, Yom Tov Heller Lipman, the Taz, the Bach, Rav Haim of Brisk, and most recently Rav Meir Shapira the founder in 1931 of Yeshivat Hochmei Lublin and the Daf Yomi movement. Growing up, in my yeshiva, we lovingly referred to these characters as “the ...


A travel blog entry by john_deehan


... go to place their bags, get showered and collect their prison uniforms is the last place you would expect to find any semblance of happiness. The last room you visit though while walking around this building features an exhibition of photographs. After the camps were liberated by Soviet forces in January 1945 a suitcase was found packed with around 2,500 family photographs. Wedding photos. Baby snaps. Pictures of smiling families enjoying time together. Information found on ...


A travel blog entry by mattadore

... was horrifying. Things that will stick with me was lies fed to the prisoners, that they were being relocated and to bring their possessions. The Nazi's then confiscated it all and sorted it into piles. The displays of shoes and suitcases drove home the enormity of it. As did the 2 tonnes of human hair that was on display, which would have taken 50,000 people to collect. The hair was used to make linings for German army uniforms. ...

Journey to homeland!

A travel blog entry by nprusinski


... you how they feel and what they think. They have an opinion and will share with you. This explains a lot about me.
5. A proud wonderful people with a rich history :) I want to go back.

So then I took a tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau. I went by myself and didn't wear makeup for fear of crying my eyes out. It's kind of a hard thing to really talk about but I will say this, you really can feel it, what happened, in these places. It's eerie.


This hotel, located in the Stare Miasto area of Krakow, is near Old Town, St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska), The Barbican (Barbakan), and Plaszow Concentration Camp.
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