Crown Piast Hotel & Park
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... on clearly labelled paths interspersed with forest and a river-bridge. We stop to adjust shoes, take stock etc. and see an information board with a series of pictures of bears on it. It is written in Slovak, and as all the bears in the pictures are in chains, we decide that there once were bears here, but not any longer. Immediately after our stop, the terrain changes and we head up a steep mountain track. It is quite a bit colder but thanks to ...
... in the Cathedral. It's a bit much, but then again, there aren't a ton of famous Poles to rally the masses these days.
We headed to Krakow's old Jewish Quarter in the afternoon. The Quarter became quite famous after the release of Spielberg's "Schindler's List", which took place at Oskar Schindler's factory in this neighborhood. We walked a few miles out to tour the factory, but despite it being 1:30 in the afternoon, we and ...
I took the first part of my final today, the written exam. It covered a lot of material. I was surprised when I was studying last night how much we learned in 3 weeks. It covered listening, grammar, vocabulary, orthography, and essay. Tomorrow will be the oral exam! I think I will do ok on it, just need to memorize what I need to say for the oral and I will be all done with the class. I'm going to miss my teachers so much. They were both so awesome and made ...
... buildings are devoted to bars devoted to University students! One popular bar offers shots and beers for the equivalent of $2. The shots are flavored vodka and small and the beers are about 12 oz., so a little small, but these places are always packed. Krakow is loaded with great cafes with seating on the street or in recessed courtyards. This is a great place to wander around, stopping every now and then for a drink and snack.
... a million Jews had been “processed” at Treblinka, a tiny clearing in the middle of nowhere in the Polish woods.
I wasn’t prepared for the reality of a death camp. I had pictured a vast camp with barracks, where only the weak and frail were “selected” for immediate death. Here death is instant, unavoidable, complete – whole communities are gone only hours after they board the train with no trace and no witnesses.