Krystyna Hotel

ul. Lusińska 9B, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-698, Poland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

A bit of medieval and pure evil

A travel blog entry by colleensouness


... since the middle ages. But underneath the Square you could view the layers of archaeology and history of the city, in the most fabulous interactive, modern museum - Poland has a gift in modern museums, the few we visited were all so fabulous. I was quite excited seeing ‘real’ medieval archaeology that has only yet existed in books and movies for me.


    A travel blog entry by sheppa80


    ... reason. Poland is easy and relatively inexpensive to travel both in the city or intercity throughout the entire country and makes for a relaxing and less painful journey unlike some other countries that I have experienced. Overall, Poland has the big ...

Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by carloswysling


... not have to be imagined or re-created – from all of the literature we have read we think it is all there. The Polish government and wise Jewish survivors saw fit to keep so much the way it was when the area was liberated by the Soviets in the first months of 1945.

Today, Sunday it will be what our friend Carolyn calls of “porch sitting”, or simply a day without the frantic pace of scheduled tours. We should be in Krakow before ...


A travel blog entry by evaclapham


... days.
Late morning saw us on the train to Czestochowa and although we were warned about Polish trains and that they were unreliable, we had a very comfortable trip in a lovely train and it was on time. Fortunately it had stopped snowing by the time we arrived at our destination.
Czestochowa my birthplace is a pleasant surprise. I wasn't sure what to expect but the centre of the city and the main boulevard which leads ...

Polaxed Poland

A travel blog entry by bwatt28


... pack :-(. Next day we went to the concentration camps auschwitz and berkinau which was a very sad day. Saw rooms full of hair (over 5 tonnes) used to make socks for German submariners. Rooms full of shoes and suitcases of lost souls. Seeing the little kids shoes was pretty tough. Who knows what they could have contributed to the world if they'd been given a chance. That night we hit the town and discovered this really cool bar with super cheap ...

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