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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Up early- AGAIN AGAIN! to get to krakow with enough time to jump on a tour to Auschwitz concentration camp as we didn't want to do it the next day in Jason's birthday. The tickets for the bus only cost 45 zloty all up which is 10 euro! If that wasn't good enough- when we got on board they gave out little breakfast bags to everyone which had a roll, an apple juice and some crackers in it ha so cheap! We arrived at the hostel after walking 2-3km at about ...
... Queen Jadwiga, King Jagiello, King Kazimierz and other famous alumni like Pope John Paul II and Copernicus. The Rector of the University welcomed us students to the University and to the magical city of Krakow. Then the president of Kosciusko Foundation got up and spoke also. I'm really feeling the jet lag today but we have a meeting tonight for KF students. This weekend there are two trips planned which should be ...
... worth it; I would recommend it rather than visiting solo. The Wieliczka salt mine on the other hand really did not impress me and I would rather spend this half day in the town instead. My favorite area though has to be Kazimierz, the old Jewish district. A separate town in the older years, now a vibrant area of Krakow, combining tradition with amazing bars and restaurants. The old synagogue is a must, but the ...
... in light rain we got to our hostel and checked in. I had booked a 4 bed dorm for Gem and I on the first night and then a twin for the 2nd and 3rd night. Checking into the 4 bed dorm we caught our roommates by surprise as it was painfully obvious that they were both naked under the sheets in the same bed. We had to sort out some deposits and by the time we got back they were both up and clothed. Gem and I had a chuckle about it. The hostel was a smaller, family ...
... synagogues and cemeteries are literally “monumental” – large, decorative, laden with symbolism, and, in the cases of many charismatic leaders, including shrines where followers come to receive answers to their own personal prayers and requests. I begin to value the visual cacophony and the Indiana Jones aspect of discovering the meanings behind the symbolism carved into or painted onto the 15th, 16th and ...