ul. Kupa 15, Krakow, Southern Poland, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow


A travel blog entry by slbrown17


... time we were on the train talking in English, he spoke it too! Then the other two college guys both looked at us, and I could tell they knew English. They helped us understand why the one dog was on the seat, the woman was standing, and the other dog was in the hallway. The little girl was allergic to dogs, as well as Jessica, so she was trying to keep them away.

We talked with the guys about why we were here, Spain, the U.S., and Poland. It was the first time ...

Krakow, Poland Day 1

A travel blog entry by katept


... listing of the site, in order to make it clear that conquered Poland had taken no part in Auschwitz's establishment or operation. Birkenau, otherwise known as Auschwitz II, was where the murder of large numbers of Jews took place. This vast (175 hectares), purpose built camp had more than 300 prison barracks and four huge gas chambers complete with crematoria. Each chamber held 2000 people and electric lifts raised the bodies to the ovens. The camp could hold 200,000 ...

Terrible times.

A travel blog entry by jessicaalice


... in the directions they change the left to right, first mistake. And also they mention that 'turn right onto tomiska st and the hostel in on the right' that it should read, 'turn right onto tomiska st and walk for two blocks, and then the hostel is on the right.' we paced up and down a good 5 times walking by the same people at the cafe. We are in a 12 bed dorm, but Cait and I are in the side room so practically have our own room! Which is great ...


A travel blog entry by evaclapham


... special Easter breads and other Easter treats. As we are very good tourists some last minute shopping was done and we returned once again exhausted to our hotel.
In the evening we had a big decision to make: which restaurant would we patronise tonight? With about 20 different ones within 100 metres of the hotel it's been a difficult choice every night. However we did manage to choose and ...


A travel blog entry by maryandjeff


... tell their stories of what life was really like during WWII Nazi occupation and the subsequent Communist years after the war when the world forgot about Poland. Coming to Poland today, I felt that there is more information available via memorials, tributes and festivals to educate those who may not be familiar with what Poland was like when it was an independent nation. Signs of this freedom of speech were evident in our walks through the city by ...

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