Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of the suite as it combined the strength of simple, architectural forms with sensual design lines and careful detailing for inviting visual appeal.
Fluffy towels smelling freshness. Three different spaces in one, a separate cubicle for the toilet on one side and just opposite another with the walk-in shower, plus a bathtub in the main room.
Besides the complimentary packed kit of toiletries, there was ...
... 70% shots in the Jewish area, on what was turning into a very Jewish holiday, we headed to Krakow's Karaoke Bar where my friends growled through some classic songs, before getting wasted.
Lauren in particular had not only smashed her phone from the ladder to reach the DJ, but also needed to be carried home after everyone else had walked off. Despite taking over an hour and needing the help of a local Pole, we were still the first ...
... cries nightly. We also saw some of the things that were collected from the prisoners when they arrived like piles of shoes, cases, shaving cream brushes, dolls, clothing and the like. The Jews never really knew why they were coming here. There were some stories about extermination but just as many about it merely being a resettlement project. The camp was deliberately set up in a way to look like it was consistent with resettlement so that upon arrival there would ...
... as the legend says! The walking tour then continues on to show us the old market hall. Hanging on the outside above one of the entrances in an old rusty looking knife and next to it a CCTV camera - medieval and modern security systems! The knife was to symbolise that stealing would not be permitted in the market hall and if you were caught doing so they would chop of first your hand, then your ear and then your head! The CCTV camera was directed into the market hall however ...
... the driver--my advice is to sit close to the front and on the single seat side as the bus fills up. There are 22 seats and the driver will happily travel with 30-35 people on board (as we experienced on our way back). Luckily we got on the bus at one of the first stops going each direction so we had seats each way. The ride to Auschwitz can take an hour and ten to an hour and forty five minutes. Once we arrived at Auschwitz, we decided to take the english ...