Hotel Orbis Cracovia Krakow
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L'hotel est proche du centre ville. Le personnel est amical.
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Je vous conseille d'aller visiter le château royal du Wawel, le marché couvert et le musée juif. Les camps de concentrations de Auschwitz et de Birkenau sont à proximité.
Attention, les journées hivernales ont des températures négatives.
... day. At the end of our time in Krakow we drove out to Nowa Huta, Krakow's newest "neighborhood" built in the 1950’s as a socialist center to house the worker’s at Lenin’s steel mill.
We had a great time with the family and they were impressed with my mediocre Polish! Between visits with the family, we drank our share of piwo, walked down tiny streets, found new markets to wander and enjoyed our visit to one of our favorite ...
... thing that disturbed me the most was the systematic approach the nazis used, it was all very methodical and psychologically horrific. These people honestly had no idea they were being marched to their death, they honestly we're excited at the prospect of a shower. Other prisoners were told it was a "leather factory". Auschwitz II had been built purely to house excess prisoners and exterminate. It was eerie, only the brick buildings remained as they ran out of ...
... the horses go blind in coal mines due to the dust, but not salt mines. Then there were carvings created throughout the mines. One scene was the legend of the Hungarian princess that threw her engagement or wedding ring in a mine and it was found in another mine hundreds of miles away. Not sure that I heard the story right or the point, but the carving was nice. Then the highlight was the chapels. The miners had ...
... We also visited the city's old fortifications and surrounding gardens.
After a wander around, we invested in an ice-cream and then a beer in the square, before heading to the Rynek Underground, an underground museum that stretches beneath the main square, showing excavations of the foundations of the medieval market place. Our guidebook says that this place is Krakow's newest and most exciting tourist attraction. We thought it was garbage. The "archaeological ...