Address: Klecza Dolna 111A, Wadowice, Southern Poland, 34-124, Poland | Hotel
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"Imagine the scenes if this goes in"

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 30, 2014

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... Krakow.

We arrived in Krakow and found our hostel with ease. The great thing about travelling in Poland is all the bus and train stations are modern, as a result of the European football championships here in 2008. This means they are well signposted, and found our way to the centre easily. Our hostel is linked to a lively bar, and is the closest thing to a party hostel I've been in so far. That evening, with free dinner provided, we headed down to the bar and ate ...

Auschwitz - Krakow

A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 20, 2014

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... died of malnutrition. We visited Auschwitz 1 and 2. Apparently there were over 800 camps dotted around Europe. I found a sense of guilt visiting as a tourist, but they say it was first opened for visitors in 1947, firstly guided only by survivors. I guess most people feel as I did, that visiting would somehow pay respect and perhaps provide some personal growth. Our guide also said they only learnt about Russian war crimes, of which there were many, ...

Traumas of Group Travel!

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 20, 2014

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Well, although the Hotel Polonia is well situated, it is very noisy, with trams turning corners outside and trains going underneath and shaking the building! So none of us slept well, and Alex had his head bitten off when he started a conversation with me at 6am! Sarina was cranky as well and nothing went right. Alex thought he knew where to go to pick up the Hop-on, hop-off bus and didn't, so we ended up walking in the wrong direction several times. We ...

Returning to Krakow

A travel blog entry by eva.brennan on Jul 09, 2014

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... us and those who have passed away.

Following our visit to the church my mum went to visit the Pope's chambers and place of education. This has recently been renovated and extended. I didn’t think this would be too interesting for our kids, so we went to café to sample the Pope’s favourite dessert – a vanilla slice. After this enjoyable snack it was time to head back to Krakow in the rain, it had been raining pretty much all ...

Our Polish Experience

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jul 19, 2013

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... of beating the Germans, but were determined to die with dignity. Like most European cities, Warsaw has many beautiful parks, monuments and sculptures, and we walk the equivalent of a half marathon most days with our sightseeing. Warsaw was the birthplace of Chopin, and he is suitably honoured. There are several bench seats that when you push a button, his music is played, plus there is a massive statue of him in one of ...

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