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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    Kraków (56)

    A travel blog entry by aundraford on Jul 07, 2015

    Today was a more full day. We started off by doing a walking tour of the Jewish quarter, which ended at shinndlers factory. Then we walked about an hour to the Kosciusko mound. It's an Artificial mound built in 1820 to commemorate Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a recently deceased military hero. It had a beautiful view of the city. After this Robyn and I went to our waxing appointment which took soooo long. I wanted to just do it the next day so we wouldn't be rushing- but she wanted ...

    Say yes to... Kraków!

    A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on May 30, 2015

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    ... sites here were amazing- The Wawel Cathedral being the best of them. This might be the most beautiful cathedral I've ever seen from an aesthetic standpoint. The castle was pretty to walk around and inside was nice too but didn't compare to Vienna's palaces' interiors. However, I did enjoy seeing Da Vinci's painting, Lady with an Ermine, which is hung in the Wawel castle. Auschwitz-Birkenau was an unforgettable experience, ...


    A travel blog entry by geosand on May 15, 2015

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    ... find the house where Karol Wojtyla lived before he became Pope John Paul. Today this street also houses a luxury relais chateaux hotel where the rich and famous stay. Exiting Kanonicza Street finds us at the foot of Wawel Hill. Walking up the ramp you pass along a wall inscribed with the names of Poles from around the world who contributed to the restoration of the complex after WW1. Our first stop is Wawel Cathedral, Poland's national church. It holds the tombs of nearly ...

    Day Twenty Six Poland

    A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 23, 2014

    I woke up in the pitch black and thought that I had been asleep for about ten hours. Tina asked me what time it was and I shat myself when I realised that it was only 0409, **** hot three more hours until the alarm went off. After breakfast Jasmin was not feeling 100% so she didn't come on the tour. The salt mine was nothing like I imagined and had to be seen to be believed and it's about 400 years older than colonised Australia. The worse thing about ...

    DAY 30: Thursday, 2 October

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 02, 2014

    ... Jews brought to concentration camps, only 200,000 survived. Birkenau is the place where you see the famous scenes of Jews getting off carriages onto a platform and sorted into two rows - one for execution (mostly women, children, the elderly, the disabled) and one to work as prisoners in the camp. We took the walk those condemned to death would take literally from the platform to one of the four gas chambers at Birkenau. These chambers were massive. They were set ...