Perla Hotel

Address: ul. Zakopianska 180 B, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-453, Poland | 3 star hotel
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    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Aug 17, 2015

    43 photos

    ... little tourist golf buggies keep driving past this corner every 30 seconds and some of the tourists are even taking my photograph :)

    Across the road from the Remuch Cemetery is a bar called Opium where I stopped for a Long Island Iced Tea. For some reason they really punish these in Poland as they always cost significantly more than "regular" cocktails. This one cost me 27PLN compared to 15-16PLN for the others on the menu. They have a balcony upstairs that looks ...

    Krakovian Mystery of the Missing Marta

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Apr 15, 2015

    14 photos

    ... footage, and interviews with survivors, added another, more visceral, layer to my awareness of Nazi atrocities, and the barbarity we humans can be conditioned to both perpetrate and accept.

    The story of the Jews is one I’ve been fascinated with for years, especially following our first WAI trips to Israel in 2010 and 2011; Poland is at the center of the European chapter of that story. Krakow was home to approximately ...

    A Visit To the Dark Side

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 28, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... the barracks' exhibits, plus a lettering system for subexhibits. And while the guide didn't explicitly say this, each barrack is divided into an exhibit for a specific persecuted group- gypsies, political prisoners, and each nationality imprisoned at Auschwitz (about eight).

    We read that the Polish government had converted the Auschwitz site to a museum just two years after the liberation, in 1947. Aside from updating the signage and photographs to ...


    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Aug 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... built concentration camp with gas chambers and crematoriums. It is huge. We walk down the railway line to a cattle car which was used to transport the prisoners, 100 people in each car. The latrines are concrete benches with holes and the washrooms are a long washbasin. The stories that we are told are mind numbing; how can any 'human' be so cruel. At the end of the war, with the Soviets approaching, the Nazis sent ...

    Nocturnal Wanderings

    A travel blog entry by daveaway on Jun 09, 2014

    12 photos

    ... but it turned out to be a whole lot of heavy metal fans singing karaoke. I’m a crowd pleaser, but I wanted to try something a bit different. I sang Lady Gaga – Alejandro, putting my own heavy metal spin on it. The drunken heavy metal fans started requesting Telephone, but my show was over.

    Next evening after the sobering experience of visiting the Auschwitz concentration camp, I was looking forward to a big night. After many vodka shots ...