Hotel Korona

Address: 9-15 Kalwaryjska Street, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-504, Poland | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Krakow

      I Am a Pole (And So Can You!)

      A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 27, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... potential visitors were told that no more tickets were being allotted for the day, and were turned away at the gate. I'm not entirely certain how the Schindler Factory can sell out of tickets on a freezing October afternoon- this is a Holocaust museum of sorts, not "Kinky Boots"- but there you go. So we gave up and instead visited The Pharmacy Under the Eagle, which was a pharmacy and underground escape route for Jews during the ghetto ...

      Krakow to Wroclaw

      A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jul 13, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... the increasing crowd around them to grab a few. The kopytka was delicious with butter and some random herbs and some mushrooms and beans along with it and don't forget a fresh kaiser roll. I was super impressed with myself and had only spent $3, which also included a large bottle of water. Just as I finished dinner, an English girl called Lauren whom I had chatted to earlier, invited me out to drinks since she was meeting up with someone she met on The ...

      Poland: Krakow / Zakopane / Tatra Mountains

      A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell on Jun 30, 2014

      139 photos

      ... well. Then we enjoyed pork schnitzel, cabbage and potatoes for our main meal. They had left a couple of pork loins unprepared to show us how they hammer them thin and season them before coating in flour, egg and breadcrumbs. We had an awesome strawberry cake for dessert before flopping in front of the Mexico/Netherlands match. We were also taught how to make Pierogi, Polish dumplings. We sat around the table rolling up the meat which they had prepared earlier in the ...


      A travel blog entry by slbrown17 on Dec 06, 2013

      18 photos

      ... the world's oldest working salt mines.

      That night when we got back to the hostel, we went to the train station to talk to the attendant. We wanted to switch our ticket to a later time since we were going to cut it close by doing the Auschwitz tour that day. However, our ticket was part of deal and was only 39 euros to Berlin so we couldn't switch it. So, we texted the company and explained what time our train left and they said we would be able to make it back in time.

      The Horrors of an Efficient Holocaust

      A travel blog entry by alleifer on Aug 04, 2013

      68 photos

      ... a million Jews had been “processed” at Treblinka, a tiny clearing in the middle of nowhere in the Polish woods.

      I wasn’t prepared for the reality of a death camp. I had pictured a vast camp with barracks, where only the weak and frail were “selected” for immediate death. Here death is instant, unavoidable, complete – whole communities are gone only hours after they board the train with no trace and no witnesses.

      There ...