Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn by Radisson Krakow
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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... alone. Of the 1.1 MILLION, 1 MILLION Jews would die inside Aushwitz. 900,000 would be murdered in Gas Chambers on arrival. 100,000 would be registered as in mates. No words can describe what the Jews went through. No words can describe the emotions that run through your body as the guide poured her heart out telling the stories. It's so frustrating to know that this went on for years, and the Jews had no support for a very long time. No one in their corner. The nazis, to ...
... exhibition) had of course the least tickets available. Unfortunately when we got into line there was only 80 tickets left and after one and quarter hour wait we eventually got our tickets except for the Royal Apartments which had all sold out. By the way I must say I showed great patience while we where waiting for our tickets. I only complained once (I think). (Editors note: Grrrrr!) Having got our tickets we entered the ...
... end up staying too late though, leaving early to be home by 2am. 12 April 2013 Today I went and did the walking tour of the old town. It was really good, learning lots about the history of Kraków, the university, a beautiful church, Pope Jean Paul II who was from Kraków, and also the castle. The girl that took the tour was really good, and. Think it lasted for over three hours. In the afternoon I went and sorted my train tickets to ...
Even though it was a struggle getting up with three hours sleep, Emile, Stephanie, Eline (three Belgian girls I met at the hostel) walked over to the bus station, and began the 2 hour bus ride over to Auschwitz on our own accord. When we got there, we realized that between 10am and 3pm, you're not allowed to enter without a guide. Luckily there was a tour coming up within the next 15 minutes.
The first part of the tour lasted about 2 ...
... to fit it, but we think his backpack ended up weighing more than the maximum :P But it wasn't re-weighed because we had to take our backpacks to a different loading area (which has been quite common at airports thus far). We waited at the airport for our flight, and Dan got a maracino from McCafe and I got a Smarties McFlurry to make up for the time in Rome where I missed out on having the Smarties gelati :P We lined up at our gate in the priority line at the very front, ...