Hotel Monika

Address: ul Langiewicza 6, Krakow, Southern Poland, Poland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Warszawskie area of Krakow, is near St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska), The Barbican (Barbakan), Plaszow Concentration Camp, and Grunwald Monument (Pomnik Grunwaldzki).
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      Paulite Monastery and Wieliczka Salt Mines

      A travel blog entry by in-china on Oct 19, 2014

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      We traveled south to Czestochowa to see the Paulite Monastery at Jasna Gora, a place of devout pilgrimage by Polish Catholics and home of the Black Madonna, a portrait of Our Lady that is said to have miraculous powers. We actually walked through the church during a service with other visitors to view the Black Madonna. We then drove to Krakow, the former residence of the Polish kings.

      In the afternoon, we visited the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Legend has ...

      Another busy Friday

      A travel blog entry by eva.brennan on Jul 11, 2014

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      This morning started off pretty much like the rest, a quick breakfast, and then we were off to another full day of engagements. The weather was cool and rainy, as we made our way to the old town. There we met one of Dad's old friends, who left Poland at the same time, and he and his wife settled in Perth. It was lovely to catch up with them, we had lunch in a ...

      A very wet Auschwitz visit.

      A travel blog entry by haydos2014 on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... s of tourists all sorted into every language group. It was confronting. It was surreal. I found myself thinking about the terror and sheer utter evil that took place here. I was also surprised and angry as I watched some of tourists jostle for the best photos, even selfies. Some giggled and laughed amongst themselves as the tour progressed. I mean do you really need that perfect photo of the 2 tonnes of human hair removed form victims to ...

      Impressions So Far

      A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Jan 14, 2014

      1 comment, 167 photos

      ... up with the snow already, Krakow!

      I haven't been up to anything too special since my last blog entry. At first I was struggling with having too much free time and nothing to do. But now I'm starting to strike a good balance between downtime, hanging out with Ania, learning Polish, exploring the city, and partying. Of course. The learning of the Polish is coming along. I've got my head around the pronunciation (almost), and now I'm working on ...

      The Horrors of an Efficient Holocaust

      A travel blog entry by alleifer on Aug 04, 2013

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      ... and beaten. In the wake of the Warsaw ghetto uprising and the revolts at Treblinka and Sobibor, the Nazis realized they could no longer fully control the Jews here. On November 3, 1943 the Nazis executed 18,000 Jews dumping their bodies into two large pits. It was the largest single day of killing during the Shoah.

      At the end of our “tour” we climb to the top of a Soviet era monument and we see an immense mound of human ashes where we say Kaddish. We ...