Krystyna Hotel

Address: ul. Lusińska 9B, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-698, Poland | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by bradunab on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... but she only spoke Polish and tried to explain the directions to us (we were never going to understand whatever she was saying) - had to ask a really nice man with his baby to program the actual address for the concentration camp. The tour went for about 2 hours, and was not fun hungover. On the same day we decided to go to where Jamie's great grandmother was buried near the church Bialy Kosciol. We found the church but could not find the cemetery, so ...

    Vienna Nightlife

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 01, 2015

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    Yeah I'm hungover again. Despite my intentions to have a fairly quiet second night in Vienna, a few beers at dinner turned into a few more beers at the bar which turned into a mission to check out Vienna's clubbing scene. Accompanied by some of the new additions to the tour group, armed with a GPS and no knowledge of the local language, I ventured forth into what would be my first true Saturday night clubbing experience in Europe.

    The ...

    Day of extremes

    A travel blog entry by bricksadventure on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... krakow at 9am for the AB's v springbok game an find an Irish pub just in time. Poor lady was expecting a quiet morning an finds 30 rowdy kiwis at opening time. Survive the nail biter an find Moa burger joint.. Kiwi burgers in Poland?! Then for a big shift in mood for the day we all head out to the Auschwitz concentration camp. This is the biggest concentration camp in WWII with about ...


    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Salt mines

    A travel blog entry by norcalapa on Jun 20, 2014

    ... decorated with salt-carved sculptures, including chandeliers. The most striking thing about the place was that it was a sort of underground city, with restaurants, shops, churches, a banquet hall, a playground--and miles of salty "streets." The mines are vast and mostly off limits to visitors. While we saw probably dozens of rooms and walked miles, we were really only getting a taste of the ...