Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
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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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Travel Blogs from Krakow
... hike where the red path meets the yellow path. We triumphantly follow the red flag marks on the trees along a country road towards Vel'ke Borove, feeling the cold since we stopped for lunch - even with an extra layer on each. We eventually come into the town, look at the map and decide we need to head south-west. We confidently head down a dirt track as fat splashes of rain start to fall, and in under a mile find that our 'track' now follows a ...
... to our hotel and had a coffee. We have another tour director in training with us. I asked Lucas what comes to his mind when he hears "Canada" : ice hockey, Vancouver as the best place to live in a survey he read, Vancouver Olympics, maple syrup, lakes. Phew! No Bob Ford ...
... Museum to see Erica's (ahem, I mean "Professor Lehrer's") exhibit on Jewish figurines, which you can read about here: http://www.jewishfigs.pl. It's been getting a lot of media attention, as well as a visit by the Israeli ambassador, which is very exciting for her.
After a delicious lunch for a reasonable price at a funky little cafe, I walked into the Old Town and poked around for a couple of hours. Krakow, ...
... were cast under. Then came the hall of photos of the victims, men women and children. These original mug shots were taken by the Nazi's, and now these are hung together in a moving exhibit. Each photo details their names, dates of birth, occupation, where they came from, and finally date of death. The stares in every photo is haunting. The next exhibits were the most moving of all, piles of human hair (to be used for products by the third ...
... looking for illicit substances. I thought perhaps the thorough search was a result of pressure on Ukraine by the EU to crack down on drug smuggling routes.
Also, when one travels by train from the former Russian Empire to the rest of Europe, the train must pause for the rail gauges to be changed. I heard that that is possible because when Russia was first building its railroad, the Tsar, thinking of Napoleon, decreed that the track should be a different size than ...