Honey Hostel

ul. Midowa 2/10, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-055, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Having a Krak

A travel blog entry by mikeraph


... I've learned during travelling is that you should never take anything or any place for granted. No matter if it's on the other side of the world or at home. I thought I was thought I was going to be applying this to Melbourne when I returned there. But Krakow is my home for the mean time, so I need to put this lesson in to practice here. I want to keep exploring the city, appreciating the architecture, keeping my ...

Days 15 & 16

A travel blog entry by 2ndbreakfasters


... us. After settling in we went out to a small local restaurant recommended by a fellow hostel guest. Although we felt out of place as the only tourists there the food was well worth it, we all indulged in piles of dumplings and a local beer. The next day we had an early start as we were getting the first bus to Auschwitz concentration camp, we arrived and joined an English guided tour to ensure we got the most out ...

Slow and Steady

A travel blog entry by meganfisher


I have a new travel philosophy which is to slow down. I am going to try to spend more time in the places that I visit even if that means seeing fewer locations. We will see how long I stick to this, but I think I did a good job in Krakow. Everyday I extended my stay by another night so that I will have been here five nights in total. It is a really great city, so I am glad to have taken my time seeing it. My last night in Krakow was a bit of ...

Poland - the unfortunate nation in Central Europe

A travel blog entry by cloris.long


... because it is among stronger empires (Prussian /Germany on the west, Russia on the East, Habsburg / Austria on the South, and Sweden on the North). It's history book was like this: a small town, being invaded, kicked out the invaders, being invaded again, uprising, ... The only golden age was when Walwel Castle was built by the Sigimund family which lasted merely 100 years. For lunch, we had this Polish delicacy of roasting pork knuckle. It weighted about ...

Step Back In Time in Krakow

A travel blog entry by travelingma


... he drank half the Visulu River, then exploded with a lot of fireworks and died. Krak received Wawla Land and it became known as Krakow. If you go on the sidewalk below the castle, you will see the gated entrance to the dragon's cave. When it gets dark, you can see the dragon breathe fire once again. Hokey but fun.

I truly love Krakow. I will return here some day to explore more.



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