Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
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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 …
... ton of work.. It's not that bad considering I'm not really putting in 100%25 effort. 5. I already love Prague and know I could definitely live here in another life. This place has got things right. the only thing I'd sincerely change would be the smoking in bars, and I believe it will happen sometime soon anyway. 6. I've still got 3 months to go, and I intend on making them count! it's travel time! and I'll try to be punctual with my blog this time! Na zdrowie! ...
... the photo exhibit by Chris Schwarz documenting the memory of Jewish life in Southern Poland. The exhibit showcases forgotten cemeteries and broken down synagogues that have been left to rot or have been converted for other uses. The sheer number of these images – 135 photos, speaks to how much Jewish life was an integral part of Poland. As sad as it was to look at these photos and think about the loss that exists within Poland I know that ...
... tell us where the Inter-Sport store is?". Of course, it was on the second floor (third floor in US language). We had just completed searching the two lower floors. We bought the shirt and then escaped into the cool air outside. Next we needed to find the post office. The map outside the mall, next to the large white building didn't have a post office marked nearby but Bill seemed to remember ...
... they are carved of stone, but when you hold a light up against them you can see the light reflected through the salt. Our guide, Sebastian, was awesome. His sense of humour and knowledge of the mines made the experience interesting and very enjoyable.
A humbling day to say the least. We started with heavy hearts and ended with an appreciation for the miners efforts and dedication.
Sadness. Anger. Inspiration. Survival.
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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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