Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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Hello all!! All the way from Kracow (said Kracov), Polska/Poland!!
Loving this place... Wish we had more time here but then hay, thats how its been in every city! Another long drive, which seem to be getting shorter... I think I'm just getting used to the travelling. I have to say though, I am SICK of packing my suitcase every second day! Getting rather good at it,or maybe its because I've emptied it of winter clothes now that the temperatures ...
... the site of "Mila 18", (Have read Leon Uris' book called Mila 18) the bunker from which the leaders of the 1944 uprising based themselves. Sewers were accessed from this and other bunkers, and at the end several fighters managed to escape the city and certain death. The resistance fighters were mostly in their early 20's with many fearless young women amongst them, whom the Nazis feared more than the men. They had ...
... researched a lot but I am a Modern History teacher and luckily for others in my group it is an area I know a fair bit about, I even amazed myself at what I remembered.
We didn't spend very long at Birkenau, which is where the Rampe was. This is where the trains would go and unload the prisoners for selection. Selection was where they separated the fit young people from their families, children and elderly. The young and fit were sent to work the rest straight ...
... then inhale the alcohol fumes through a straw. Of course I gave off the impression that I could handle it, but it wasn’t until Samir (a guitarist from Antwerp, Belgium with whom I made friends with as soon as I arrived at the hostel) took us to a really cool bar/club that it really hit me. The top part was more like a bar, playing Pixies and other awesome music, and the bottom part ...
... your group were hung to show the others. I will stop there. We spent 6 hours going through this place and there is much more. But it really has to be experiences. Auschwitz disgusted me as it should.
After heading back to Krakow, I needed some space to clear my head. We went to a classical concert at the Church of Saints Peter and Paul which was the perfect antidote. Chopin, Mozart, Vivaldi, and the score to Schindlers’ list in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed