Farmona Hotel Business & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were splitting passengers for the closer stations from those going outside the city, but we aren't sure. I take solace in the fact that even the people who spoke Polish were confused though! Auschwitz is actually the German name for the town where they ended building that death camp (along with two others), we think its simply a German translation of the local Oscweicim (which is pronounced very close to Auschwitz) but we aren't really sure. There were three camps built there. ...
... about - I think I saw her picture yesterday and was intrigued and now knowing the storying I am more impressed. It is Saint Jadwiga - she was crowned King of Poland (they wanted to show her legitimacy to the throne by birthright so passed up the Queen title). There was a cruxifix that she prayed in front of on who to marry - a love from childhood who I believe they stated she was betrowed at a young age, or a prince of Lithiuana who was over 15 years older than ...
... and walked to our hostel. Check in wasn't until 2pm so we stowed our bags in the luggage room and went up to the kitchen/common room to wait it out. It was now around 8am and so breakfast seemed like a good idea. I walked into the kitchen and scrunched up my face in disgust. Here was the dirtiest kitchen I'd ever seen in my life. Dirty mugs were everywhere, half eaten food and other perishables were sitting out on the ...
... 233;s, a couple of active synagogues and a small Jewish History Museum (formerly the Old Synagogue) which we got to go in. But before we did, we visited the tiny Remu Synagogue and it's cemetery. The Nazis used the temple to store firefighting equipment so it had to be restored back then and it's frescoes were being restored while we were there. Out back was a Jewish cemetery that hadn't been in use since ...
So we arrived in Krakow late afternoon, hang out in the rooms before going for a walking tour.
I was bunking in with Olivia and Mel this time round and for some reason it was in this city I really began to miss my family and friends. I spent a couple of hours on wifi messaging a few of my friends to see how they were.
Later that night we headed out into town, where we found out that our accommodation was in the middle of no where. We had to ...