Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... br> - This is Brendan's concentration face as he played a plane game.. A game he plays at home. (He lost, which had nothing to do with me)
- Here is a striped plane
- Here is a silver plane (Ask Brendan for specifics)
- Here is me trying out the kids toys.
- Here is Brendan dancing between sheds
The plane trip from Rovaniemi to Krakow was uneventful and we arrived at the Pope John Paul II airport ready to use the patented Laptop to iPad taxi driver conversation method once more. It was completely unnessecary in this case, as our driver not only spoke English, but explained that I was pronouncing "Hello" in Polish absolutely terribly - which I was pretty confident of by myself, but good of him to point it out for me; I suppose? Anyway, we checked in to the hotel quite late ...
I should step back a while because our train trip from Kraków was special and one I thought would be interesting. We booked our overnight train months ago from Australia and all the paperwork was done fine, even if a bit slow, the tickets were sent to our hotel in Warsaw in case a problem arises, then we would be far enough out from the travel date that any issues could be sorted, a bit odd but then again we are talking Polish rail here. The train departed ...
... We then walked around the town with another couple. We bought a bagel from a street vendor then visited the Barbican (city fort entrance area) and city walls. It is nice to get senior discounts. Then we went to the Krakow University area and sat in a wonderful courtyard and had a cappuccino. Wandered around other parts of the university visiting the Professor's ...
Today we caught the bus to Auschwitz - Birkenau.
It's about a 90 minute bus ride.
There's no point in trying to describe the feelings one gets when here.
There's a few photos of spectacles, shoes, and the like. The victims had to undress before entering the gas chamber and this is just some of the belongings that the nazis kept.
There was another room full of human hair. This ...