Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
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We enjoyed the Park Inn in Krakow. It had all the modern amenities, it was extremely clean, the staff was very helpful and it was located within walking distance of all the sites. I would recommend this hotel.
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We left Olomouc and the Czech Republic behind. We weren't sure what to expect when we arrived into the Czech via the rickety trains but we were pleasantly surprised by how friendly and helpful everyone was. The towns we visited were clean, re-furbished and there was plenty to see and do. I guess 23 years has passed since communism ended and these …
... up to the castle and took a very good audio tour of the Royal Cathedral, crypt and museum. We walked next to the tomb of the late President of Poland and his wife, who died along with many other dignitaries in the plane crash in 2010. Remains of the famous composer Chopin was also there. While there was much memorializing Pope John Paul II, he was not buried here. We did see his chair though. We are having a fancy dinner tonight in the ...
... astonishing 6,500 to 7,000 members of the German Schutzstaffel (SS) were involved in this disgusting operation. However, it is important to remember that most of the German population had no idea what was going on behind the doors of the camps until the war was over. The camp is now a museum, visited by thousands of people each year. The museum consists of two sites: Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Jews were deported first to Auschwitz II on trains where they were ...
... assume that we can look at a LOT more churches.... And another castle won't hurt either. My favourite part of the tour though was learning the legend of Krakow's famous dragon, Smok. He had a liking for young maidens and would regularly pillage the village taking those fair maidens, as well as sheep and whatever else he felt like at the time. The king hated that he was unable to control Smok but his knights has been unable to defeat the hungry dragon. One day ...
... multimedia exhibits as well as rooms made up to show various events and aspects of Krakow during the war (e.g. a room like a crowded Jewish house in the ghetto, a room like a concentration camp worksite etc..). As like the Terror museum it was both horrific and interesting and we could have spent quite a lot of time in there, however we were a bit hungry and we were visiting Auschwitz the next day so we possibly missed some rooms.
For lunch/diner we went ...