Krakow Attic Apartment

Address: Kotlarska 6, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-530, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Grzegórzki area of Krakow, is near Oskar Schindler's Factory, The Planty, Galicia Jewish Museum, and Old Synagogue (Stara Synagoga).
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      Krakow; what a start!

      A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Dec 04, 2014

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      ... string to go in your coat they can never be lost - best invention ;)) couldn't help beat the cold so we thought we might pop into a pub for a quiet social drink, it was dark and freezing not long after 4pm. We walked into Indigo Rock pub, located underground we sat chatting to the bar tenders Hubert and co, sampling very cheap vodka based cocktails - blackcurrant vodka and banana juice!!! Then someone noticed the 'tour Poland' vodka shot deal ...

      Krakow- A very nice little city!

      A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 17, 2014


      ... eating perogies and having a beer. I love Poland already! I had to ask what the difference was between the Ukrainian perogies that we get in Canada and Polish perogies. Well, Ukrainian perogies are usually potatoes and cheese, whereas Polish perogies contain all sorts of stuffing. Meats, vegetables, cheese. Basically anything that can go inside a wrapper are considered a perogies. I had chicken, ...

      Beyond the Iron Curtain

      A travel blog entry by angel2014 on Apr 25, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      The Czech Republic - Part 2 - Cesky Krumlov

      A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 01, 2014

      ... with the beautiful views back across the town. We did discover a real, large brown bear protecting the castle's walls - a tradition apparently for many hundreds of years. We walked right around the town's walls, again enjoying the cool but clear conditions and the utter majesty of our surroundings. Late afternoon saw us venture through a part of the town where the Czech locals live and up a hill to an abandoned German Church for a twilight view ...

      Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland

      A travel blog entry by amy_green_22 on Aug 14, 2013

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      ... inflicted upon the innocent victims is formulated in front of your eyes in regimented buildings. Some buildings only have debris and some are still perfectly formed. The barbed wire engulfs the entire complex and reminds you instantly of the control and power that the Nazis had. Inside the buildings, the living conditions become clear. For those few who were deemed fit to work during the selection, they were subjected to working and living in horrendous conditions. 6 ...