Hotel Panorama

ul. Lipinskiego 3, Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-349, Poland | 2 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne


... as we were in most of the dances......Wayne loved it.......... Maybe a little lol. Overall it was a really good night enjoyed by all.

Sorry, not a lot of photos as it was too dark in the salt mines for the iPad and we didn't take it on the waking tour. I'm in charge of the camera and trust me there are lots of photos - probably too many!!!

Early start tomorrow, wake up call at 6am, I think I need to come back to work for a rest!

Up early and on the road ...

Taking a step back in time

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... occur in each.

Towards the back is a memorial for the holocaust. There are gravestones, one for each language, which has the same written message / warning to all of human kind. It was a beautiful quiet area, which at times made it difficult to digest the horrors that took place here, and at other made it much too real.

It was a huge day, and one that has been weighing my on mind since. I will visit a camp in Germany on contiki next month. This is ...

Day 22 Krakow

A travel blog entry by brianmurray


... curmudgeon if you ask me but it turns out he is a 94 year old Holocaust survivor and passionate exponent of traditional folk styles. He is considered a living treasure. I did a considerable bit of wandering for the rest of the afternoon and some queuing at the train station booking by tickets to Budapest too. Peter found a gem of a restaurant for dinner on the outskirts of the old town. Lovely. Safely tucked in bed now and hoping there will be less late night revellers to wake us up ...

Going separate ways

A travel blog entry by word-a-day


... buildings that were used to house the Jews. This camp was built purely for extermination and most prisoners were simply taken off the train and sent directly to the gas chambers while those that weren’t killed immediately were made to work (12 hours a day with only a short break for a slice of bread if they were lucky), including in the Crematorium where they had to clean out the bodies which involved taking out golden teeth and transporting the bodies ...

Salt Mine Sculptures

A travel blog entry by avelasco2013


... a quick end to our lunch.

Later in the afternoon we all boarded a train and departed Krakow and headed for our new destination: Warsaw. It was a really lovely journey with beautiful green countryside and quaint little villages along the way. The train glides so smoothly – it was a very comfortable way to travel. We arrived at Warsaw fairly late in the evening, so we will set out to explore ...

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