Hotel Polonia

Address: ul. Kochanowskiego 3, Katowice, Southern Poland, 40-035, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Kochanowskiego 3, Katowice.
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Travel Blogs from Katowice

Beer today

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 27, 2013

12 photos

... because for our 12 zloty (about NZD6) we got the tour, a beer at the end, and a beer glass to take away as well.

They have a booth where you can take a photo and email it to someone, funny though because as you can see Jen and I were completely too short until the guide brought us a stool, and even then we were pretty much on tiptoes.

We’ve got the hang of the busy system so got a bus back to ...

Travelling back to the eighties.

A travel blog entry by andrew.collard on Sep 02, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

It's not the big hair or the shoulder pads, but Katowice still seems in the grip of the bleakest type of communist town architecture. Ok, the train ststion is very nice and modern and so is the hostel, but the centre is abysmal. The few nice buildings they have aren't appreciated it seems. I spot one all but obliterated by a Subway advert. To be fair, a lot of work is happening on the roads and some modern shopping, but the communist ...


A travel blog entry by lisabott on Aug 28, 2012

13 photos

I'm not sure how to even start writing about our experience today. It sounds cliche but there really are some places that words don't adequately describe, and Auschwitz is one of them. The drive to the town of Oswiecim was about 1.5 hours from Krakow. It was even colder than yesterday, but luckily the sun was out. I had pictured the place still being out in the country on its own but it is built up all around it. Auschwitz has ...

Auschwitz Extermination camp.

A travel blog entry by 92.days.vagrant on May 24, 2011

2 comments, 148 photos

... illegal as well as any other signs of nazi support (white laces, iron crosses, swastikas, etc) but students are taught in depth about the holocaust in class. In addition, there are countless memorials all over Germany serving as reminders of the atrocities their country was witness to. This is not so in Poland and it is hard for me to understand why. There were just as many Poles as there were Jews in these camps – shouldn’t this touch them more than others? I just ...

Krakow for the day

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on May 08, 2011

16 photos

... dragon and many tried until a young shoemaker came along. He fed the dragon a sheep filled with sulphur, it made him so thirsty that he went to the river and drank half of it up then exploded. So the city was saved and the shoemaker was one happy chap. And Smok himself is by the river, apparently you text a number and he will breathe fire and smoke, we did see some pyrotechnics so I guess someone did it – and it gave a couple of little kids a ...