Aparthotel Maly Krakow

Address: 4 Kurniki Street, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-156, Poland | 3 star hotel
 
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    Going by train to Kraków

    A travel blog entry by rskil on May 25, 2015

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    ... looking out along the train tracks coming into this city the local train stations looked like they had been amandine do and nothing had changed since 1945. The trip to Kraków was interesting. There was confusion for us about the platform - they give the platform number but also the track number so we were leaving on platform 3 track 2, but we figured it out. The train conductor was in a bad mood and made us pay for ...

    Auschwitz - evil beyond imagination

    A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... were closing at the onset of WWII. How courageous for my grandparents and/or great grandparents to leave everything including their families. The tour continued through the Auschwitz camp; when the red army (Russia?) was about to find this site, the Germans running it tried to destroy all evidence. The items that they had were the hair - tons of it. They were going to use to make blankets and mattresses for the German army. How inconceivable and disgusting on the ...

    Auschwitz

    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... places, tunnels got to be long and narrow, with low ceilings. We only covered about 1% of the tunnels and we were down there for over 2 hours. I learned that the word, "salary," comes from this salt mine because miners who worked there were mostly paid in salt, as it was very valuable in those days. They had horses working down there in the mines, too. It was too much of a hassle to bring them up and down everyday so they built stables down there and just kept them there all ...

    Almost missed this one, glad we visited

    A travel blog entry by pam_steve on Oct 25, 2013

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    ... time to watch the train drive away. Ugh. Luckily there was another train available only 2 hours later and we were able to change our seat reservations for only a percentage of the full ticket price. Things could be worse. 2 hours later we were on our way to Krakow, Poland. The rest of our trip went fairly well other than one slight hiccup. After waiting at another train station for an hour and a half for our connecting train ...

    Crashing time in Krakow

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Aug 15, 2013

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    ... we felt it was time to get on the bikes again and head off to the "Main Market Square". By the way I had forgotten to mention that today was a religious holiday in Krakow and most of the normal shops were shut. However the square had a very interesting market and was very crowded. Fact: the Krakow town square is the largest town square either in Europe or Eastern Europe. We had a wander around, looked at the stalls and had an ...