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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for our pre-arranged check-in at 1pm. How efficient are we, and all this on no sleep. Needless to say we are taking it easy for the rest of the day. The only thing we have to get done today is to return to the train station, which is about a 30 minute walk from here, to get our bags from the locker and drag them back. I'm going to push for a taxi I think. The apartment is located in the nightlife district so we will probably get out and have a look at that tonight ...
... famous streets in the old town. The street begins with the Florianska gate – which was the entrance to the old town when it was surrounded by the wall. This street is part of what’s known as the Royal track, the way the kings and queens travelled the city. Now days the street is full of shops, cafes/restaurants ...
... 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 ...
... There’s really nothing left from the ghetto, as it was eventually liquidated as the Jews were relocated to concentration camps. We walked past the spot where the housing units had been, and finally came to the Ghetto Hero’s Square. This is the square I spoke about previously, with the empty chair art installation. Our guide told us the story of how the Jews were removed from their homes, and how Jewish sympathizers would throw food from the moving tram ...
... of anyone ever being there. It seems to want to wipe out the presence of millions of people, just like it did during the war. It's where everyone first arrived and where, for most, the decision as to whether they lived - at least for a short time - or died straight away was made within minutes. Birkenau is huge and cold and the barbed wire fences seem to go on and on into what feels like infinity. You see ...