Hotel Wodnik

Address: ul. Bukowska 10, Jaworzno, Southern Poland, 43-602, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Bukowska 10, Jaworzno.
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        If you're feeling salty.......

        A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Oct 06, 2015

        21 photos

        ... legendary freedom fighter for Poland and interestingly also for American war of independence. Decided not to be so Jewish and went to a Jewish restaurant for tea. Picked the down at heel in an old shop full of junk/history one as distinct from the glitzy linen table cloths. I had the Jerusalem mix which was various fried organs of chicken and was delicious! The music was great - a talented young trio with beautiful violin, voice and accordion. ...

        In Poland

        A travel blog entry by jpokusa on Sep 02, 2015

        3 comments, 19 photos

        ... and were the jewish ghetto was back during the war. Krakow was very interesting not only because of its tragic war history which I was interested in but because of how proud the polish people are and there love for city. They are very friendly and interesting people. I stood out from them because of my white sox and baggy clothes. I am sure I looked funny to them as they looked funny to me but when you meet them you will like ...


        A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Jul 31, 2015

        ... show a harrowing video on the bus, I've seen it before but my eyes are glued to the screen and the bus is completely silent. When we get there I had prepared myself for a somber atmosphere bit unfortunately there were a lot of people there treating it like a trip to Disneyland. Selfies outside the camp complete with thumbs up are not acceptable. Our guide is also less than brilliant relying heavily on the polish historian we had with us. ...


        A travel blog entry by chenbest on Jul 19, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... and then caught the chair lift back to the village. The chairlift took about 18 minutes. Back to Kraków by bus arriving home at about 7.30 pm. We went out for a late dinner to a fantastic restaurant called Chimera I had a selection of vegetarian dishes with salads and David had a pork loin accompanied with an Italian c******nay. Our last photos are of the market square at ...

        Not doing much.

        A travel blog entry by rskil on May 30, 2015

        8 photos

        We just walked around a bit, then down to the river. There we had just a cold drink at the restaurant/ bar we were at yesterday. Then we walked to the community / children's market. There were rides and toys etc but they were also selling hot food. Geoff had a polish sausage, Laura a pork knuckle, and had a small sheikbab polish style. I later tried some polish dumplings that ...