City Hotel SM

Address: ul. Gajowa 16, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-426, Poland | Hotel
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        We have nothing to complain about.

        A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19 on Oct 08, 2015

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        ... we learn how Schindler profitted from exploitation of jewish labour and relocated 1000 Jews to work in his factory in 1944, saving them from extermination. Schindler moved to Argentina after WW2, returned to Germany and is now buried in Israel.
        Krakow was eventually liberated by the Soviet army in Jan 1945 which was the beginning of another form of occupation and tyrany.
        Later we drove through some of what was the jewish ghetto and then walked the Jewish ...

        A Solemn Stopover

        A travel blog entry by 1tripnicksimone on Jul 01, 2015

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        ... popular = good of course. We wandered through the city centre on the way home, past the 14th Century Barbican at the old city walls, and through the largest medieval town square in Europe. There was an illusionist street performer by the cathedral whose trick was quite cool. Bed beckoned though, and so we basically went straight back to the hotel and fell asleep.
        The next morning we had a quick breakfast at the hotel, arranged a late check out (LOVE late checkouts!) and ...

        Day 16 - Kraków, Poland

        A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Oct 08, 2014

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        ... to the confidence you exude when trying to start a conversation. I am getting better; albeit, just a few simple phrases and words (thank you Google Translate), but my attempts has paid off with some small dialogue. It always turns into English after the first few words, but it's nice to talk to people. To be honest, I've been awfully quiet these last two weeks. I likely go many hours of the day without saying a word... strange. And often times, I will get by a lot with ...

        Jetlagged in Cracow

        A travel blog entry by commuter on Sep 06, 2014


        ... bus -- there are bike paths in Cracow!! And some people do wear helmets!! In fact, some people even wear the fun helmets, like the watermelon rind one, but I digress. When you look down from the castle you see the Vistula, and you see a green park full of people strolling, cycling, climbing on rocks with kids, doing all kinds of normal park-like things. My favorite involved what appeared to be a dragon, but more about him ...

        Salt & Pepper

        A travel blog entry by garrcon on May 31, 2014

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        Tues. May 26 Caught the morning train from Warsaw to Krakow.  Got to our apartment, but not the view like the one we had in Warsaw, but it was nice.Did a neighbourhood walk, found the big mall across the river, lots of modern malls here, but we prefer the squares and markets, and the local shopping and eating. Wed. May 27 Took the tram to old town square, beautiful churches and old buildings, love the architecture, it has been preserved ...