Novotel Krakow City West
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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The drive to Oswiecim where Auschwitz-Birkenan Museum and Concentation camps are located took about about 1.5 hours. There were seven of us on the tour. A Scottish couple, an American couple and a Japanese businessman. We were all staying at the Novotel.
We had a female Polish tour guide who spoke excellent English and had an extensive …
The train trip south from Warsaw to Kraków took approximately 2.5 hours. The landscape is completely different from the area west of Warsaw. There are still the lush green farmlands but it is much more undulating with many forests. The towns and farm houses are larger, more modern and more colourful.
A few days ago we booked and paid on- …
Self-service laundry with a cafe attached. You can have a coffee or drink while waiting for your laundry, one of the most amazing establishments I've ever been a patron of. I waked to the river and Wawel Castle. Indian food from a food truck next to Schindler's factory. Time lapse from a bridge whilst listening to a band play blues. Met some nice people from England. They had a friend ...
... to get past the miserable weather. We retreated to our hotel room rather early in anticipation for the next day.
The following day, we boarded a bus to visit Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau. After a very disturbing documentary on the bus, we arrived at the dismal concentration camp. It is really hard to describe such a place. It was a horrible and difficult day. We toured around the camp and saw the horrific conditions in which these people ...
... an apple reseller to replace my dodgy 4s USB cable. I was lucky this didn't happen in a small town with few shops. It's crazy how super dependent on technology we both are for this trip. Not long ago travelers had to get by with only huge maps and information centres to help them get around. I then spent a bit of time skyping with mum and saying hello to Kai and then rushed over to where the food tour was supposed to start (I figured I should do something exciting ...