Honey Hostel

Address: ul. Midowa 2/10, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-055, Poland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Mar 29, 2015

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... both admit to feeling sick while walking around them. This is particularly the case for the exhibit entitled "Evidence of Crimes Committed," which houses belongings of those murdered that the Nazis were unable to sell or destroy before the war ended - 2000kg of human hair, for example. The museum is informative, but with a definite bias such that we are both left with unanswered questions. We are surprised to find that the buildings are pretty in ...


A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 10, 2014

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... gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau have been destroyed and left in ruins. The Nazis tried to destroy any evidence of the camps once they realized they would not win the war. It gave me a chill and an eerie feeling as I walked thru, especially as a I walked past the furnaces.

At the ruins in Birkenau there is a huge memorial monument and it has an annual pilgrimage of Jews on the Anniversary of Liberation and everyday for that matter. There was a group ...

The Jews of Krakow and the Festival

A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jul 02, 2014

62 photos

... never give him, to not let our history die with them and to keep our culture and community alive. It was also heartbreaking that so many people could not be a part of this and there we all were enjoying our selves just steps away from the Jewish Ghetto that had persecuted our ancestors.

Tomorrow we head to Auschwitz and we are not sure what to expect there but know that we must never forget these stories and is our task to keep the memories alive.

Walled Cities and a ghetto

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Jun 14, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... war one-third of Krakow's population was Jewish. When the war was over 7000 remained - those who hid or were saved by friends. Today there are 180 Jews in Krakow but the population is slowly growing. Our guide said that when he was growing up during the Communist era, their textbooks made no mention of Jewish people living in Poland. To help people learn about the Jewish religion and community, a city group sponsors a very popular nine-day ...

Krazyyyy Krakow

A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Dec 20, 2013

5 comments, 47 photos

... br> Its not until you see the ruins of the gas chambers when you can begin to comprehend the mass industrial destruction of the Jewish race and how quickly the 'final solution' effectively killed 6 million Jews.
It was an experience which cannot be learned from books, with the somewhat stomach turning feeling which we both felt coming from the smallest things. For Tom, it was how cold it was, the frost was on the ground still into the afternoon and ...