Hotel Aspel

Address: Ul.Bratyslawska 2, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-201, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pradnik Bialy area of Krakow, is near St. Florian's Gate (Brama Florianska), The Barbican (Barbakan), Plaszow Concentration Camp, and Grunwald Monument (Pomnik Grunwaldzki).
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      Day of extremes

      A travel blog entry by bricksadventure on Sep 13, 2014

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      ... krakow at 9am for the AB's v springbok game an find an Irish pub just in time. Poor lady was expecting a quiet morning an finds 30 rowdy kiwis at opening time. Survive the nail biter an find Moa burger joint.. Kiwi burgers in Poland?! Then for a big shift in mood for the day we all head out to the Auschwitz concentration camp. This is the biggest concentration camp in WWII with about ...

      Last day in Krakow

      A travel blog entry by ericandrod on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... full circle. I took about 2 hours, taking pictures, stopping for coffee, etc.

      First, St-Florian's gate, a Gothic tower built in the 14th century. It served as the main entry point of Old Town. It was erected a part of a network of fortifications to protect the city against Turkish attacks.

      The Barbikan, is a circular building built in the 15th century, also as a fortification outpost. I read that a bridge used to connect, ...

      Walking tour of Krakow

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 24, 2014

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      ... m not going to complain. We got a lot of information on how Poland was founded, and then conquered, and made independent, and then conquered again, over and over. We finished up the tour at the castle in town and we all split up. I went down into town and had pizza for lunch, which was a nice change from the local cuisines I’ve been enjoying.

      I was planning on joining the next tour at 3pm which was the Jewish tour, but at 2:45pm it ...

      Taking a step back in time

      A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Dec 12, 2013

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      ... in a beautiful area with nothing for miles around it. There are rows and rows of brick and wood houses inside the camp. Some were used as 'living' quarters, bathing quarters, gas chambers, and starvation sites. This is also where the trains would drop off new prisoners. I think Steven Spielberg also filmed at these train tracks for his Schindler’s List movie. We took a tour through a lot of the houses, with the guide describing the different activities ...

      Going underground for salt

      A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 30, 2013

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      ... Poles that they would support them if they were invaded but they literally did nothing from September 1939 until May 1940 when France was invaded (this period has become known as the Phoney War as despite declaring war there was no fighting). The museum continued the story of the Polish Home Army (a lot of whom had to continue the war from neighbouring countries as they were forced out of Poland) and finished with the end of the war and ...