Hotel Lorenzo

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

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

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Wednesday 7th - travel day! Today we left early and were given a packed breakfast by the lovely staff, we caught the train from Plzen back into Prague. After some coffee and food it was time to catch our next train, we booked with a new company and didn't realise how good it would be! They provide you with free bottles of water, choice of a hot drink and newspapers as well as a whole menu and wifi. The train trip was 3hrs, James got told off by a Czech man ...

Whelmed and Overwhelmed

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054

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... we arrived in Krakow. The morning brought an exciting eastern European city complete with castles, walls, cathedrals, a beautiful winding river and the largest medieval market square in Europe. Walking around the city was fascinating. We enjoyed great Polish cuisine while listening and watching traditional Polish folk dancing. I couldn't get enough ...

Visit to Auschwitz with overnight in Krakow

A travel blog entry by robyn4215

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I have found it very difficult to write this blog, and hence the delay, as I found this day so confronting. In 1940 Oswiecim, a small town 70 km west of Krakow became the site of the Oswiecm-Brzezinka (Auschwitz-Birkenau in German) concentration camp. The Auschwitz camp was previously a Polish military camp, so all the buildings are of solid brick construction, and hence prisoners here were much better off than the majority housed at the other major camp of Birkenau, ...

Afternoon

A travel blog entry by bryeurop2013

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... everyone got a real idea of all the pain and suffering that was caused so many years ago. From seeing the remains of buildings and artifacts that were discovered, such as 120 kgs of shaven hair and enough old shoes to fill two rooms. Many of the kids were left speechless as they realized the harsh reality of what was. " If I had to put up a poster of ...

Taste the salinity

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55

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... 135 metres below the ground. That's lovely until you have to climb into a metal crate and be shuttled back up to the surface. Certainly the bumpiest elevator ride I've ever taken! While not the highlight of our lives, the Wieliczka Salt Mine was a nice diversion from the usual church, castle, church, museum itinerary, that's for sure! We headed back into Krakow with the intention of heading to Schindlers Factory. Well, sometimes even the ...

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