Ostoya Palace Hotel

Address: ul. Marsz. Jozefa Pilsudskiego 24, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-109, Poland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Nowy ?wiat area of Krakow, is near Old Town, Church of the Virgin Mary (Kosciol Mariacki), Old Market Square, and Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius.
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        Krakow - wow!

        A travel blog entry by rhiannonpurple on May 23, 2015

        5 comments, 52 photos

        ... a first for me - but not my last) and finishing with a filter coffee came in at £3.23. On the way back to the hostel, I came across another veggie restaurant which I'm planning to eat at on my last night.

      • Today, in part to get out of the cold wind, I went to the underground archeological museum, directly under The Cloth Hall, in the middle of the main square. About ten years ago they started to excavate the area and uncovered ...

      • Auschwitz - evil beyond imagination

        A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 03, 2014

        16 photos

        ... selected to become German. Then from 1943 to the end of the war, the main focus was the elimination of the Jews due to being a sub-race. How disgusting.... As I have been traveling through Poland I have been looking for any listing of my heritage - names from my family. Yesterday I found the book titled Stanczyk, my mom's family name. As I was looking at the display case I came across an unexpected name - my family name - Jasiak. Jasiak name does not seem to be ...

        Schindler's List

        A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 24, 2014

        442 photos

        ... The Birkenau camp also helped to put into perspective the enormous scale of what happened here - it is a huge site containing numerous blocks in which people were made to sleep and live in terrible conditions. In total, about 1.3 million people were killed at these camps between 1940 and 1945, 90 per cent of them Jews, most from Hungary and Poland.

        After completing the tour, we caught a bus back to Krakow, taking about 2 hours, and then took the tram home from near ...

        The Best of Times and the Worst of Times

        A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 29, 2014

        5 photos

        ... Auschwitz-Birkenau complex. A moving exhibit didn't hold much back. A room full of hair, another full of shoes. Even a display case of the artificial limbs removed so they could be used by German troops. Cells for starvation, others for light deprivation. The presence of trees and paths between the exhibits in the buildings was soothing for most of us.

        Today we have seen hope and despair, happiness and tears, the best and the worst of experiences.

        Wow, this was a tough day

        A travel blog entry by maurerfamily on Nov 04, 2013

        4 comments, 31 photos

        ... would work all day outside and at night many prisoners would be placed in the dark cell. Prisoners could be here for days or weeks. The other cell was called a standing cell. Typically, four or five prisoners were in this cell at one time. The cell was about three feet by three feet. You would enter the cell by crawling in the bottom and then standing up. There was no room to sit. It is just shocking what the Nazis did. Even knowing ...