Hotel Lorenzo

ul Strumienna 10, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-609, Poland | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

Krakow and Then Some

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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... press the number of your machine, add detergent, choose a program, put your money in, hit start. Once that's finished, start all over again with the dryers. So we settle in and wait. While we wait we had a chance to chat with him and find out that he is Canadian and has travelled all over the world. He was happy to give us lots of advice on places to go and things to see. In the end we left with clean clothes and a good story.


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Day Thirty Eight

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell

8

This morning I had another basic but nice breakfast in the hotel, cornflakes with vegemite toast and some salad which I thought was a bit random for breakfast, but you gotta take it whilst its there. We then jumped on the coach which drove us to the Jewish Quarter. Here we began our Schindler's List city walking tour. We started with a synagogue where all the boys had to wear yamacas, it was funny to see, especially the guys with beards. ...

Krakow and a deep trip

A travel blog entry by pegardyne

... won with his bigger tower, a bit of sibling rivalry is something we can relate to! From here we went out to the salt mine, after a 45 min wait in line we finally went in and down the stairs to the different levels of the mine -we got down to 130m below ground. It was interesting to see where they had mined salt for a very long time, also the wooden braces holding it up that we're very dry and well preserved by ...

Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by greatescape2011

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... it was snowing lightly, but not too cold as I was wearing a jumper, coat, beanie and two pairs of pants. We entered through a replica of the famous Auschwitz gates, as the originals were stolen and vandalised a couple of years ago.


The Auschwitz buildings, they seemed to be mainly multi story red brick buildings, I was expecting them to be smaller. Outside it was eerily quiet, sombre, hard to imagine the atrocities that would have been going on such a ...

Day 3 - Zakopane to Krakow

A travel blog entry by steve.peterson

7

... a very Polish maid whilst we got keys changed over and I explained the troubles...a lot of hand gesturing and facial expressions...i am sure we had invented to our own little sub language for a while there. A change of clothes and we were now wandering around the gorgeous streets of Krakow Old Town, down into the Jewish quarter and back around via the Castle. A vast change amongst the locals between Zakopane and Krakow, in appearance, attitude, friendliness and mood. Back to a ...

   

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lorenzo Krakow

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding