Bochnia Hotel And Spa

Address: Poniatowskiego Str. 24, Bochnia, Southern Poland, 32-700, Poland | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Poniatowskiego Str. 24, Bochnia, is near Bochnia Salt Mine.
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    Travel Blogs from Bochnia

    Krakow

    A travel blog entry by geosand on May 16, 2015

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    ... tram to Kazimierz - the Jewish quarter. This is the historic heart of Krakow's once thriving Jewish community. Today there are only 125 registered Jews living here but the numbers are slowly increasing with immigrants coming from the U.S. The 125 people are divided among three active synagogues - a reform,a conservative and a strict orthodox. The other four synagogues in the area are no longer functioning as synagogues but ...

    Krakow, Auschwitz and Birkenau

    A travel blog entry by asiaconnor on Jan 21, 2015

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    ... Square, which I believe is the second largest medieval square in Europe. The square hosts plenty of restaurants and bars as well as Cloth Hall situated in the middle of the square with lots of souvenir shops. The Town Hall Tower was lit by the 'still standing' Christmas Tree in the main sqaure, an antique tower which was once a city prison. We decided to eat in one of the restaurants in the sqaure which offered an Italian and Polish menu, having ...

    DAY 31: Friday, 3 October

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... tea. We have all day to fill in so we are taking our time. I hope we sleep on the train tonight. ... We've been walking around all afternoon. It's now 7.31pm and after our tea we headed to the other side of the river to the Jewish ghetto of Krakow established by the Nazis in 1942. The Nazis initially expelled Jews from Keakow and subsequently all that remained were put into the ghetto. There were 15,000 of them. The Nazis built a wall around one of the ...

    "Imagine the scenes if this goes in"

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... is a huge problem in Polish football, and while I maintain 90% of the support from the fans were in support of their team, the trouble that was going on was more prominent due to how close we were to it.

    On the pitch the first *********** without anything of note occurring. The main attraction (except the trouble) was what I assume to be a tribute by the home crowd around the 14th minute. Every seat had a piece of card attached to it, either red or white, which ...

    Around Krakow.

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 24, 2014

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    AM - Still raining this morning so we had a look at the Barbican and city walls which are right next to our hotel. This small section of the remaining city wall & the Barbican were saved in the late 19th century from demolition by an astute Krakow man, well done! The Barbican is a defensive tower that had to be entered before entering the city, smart piece of work. From there we ventured into St. Mary's Basilica which is adjacent the town square, it was built at the end of the ...