Secesja Hotel

24 Paulinska Street, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-014, Poland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Krakow

History comes alive

A travel blog entry by mhopper

8

... Switzerland, Russia, Estonia, Germany and NZ). At 11pm we arrived on the outskirts of town, with little to do we hit the sack. Although on sitting on my bed, i fell through it, not a great start. Then the toilet decided to continuously rumble, keeping us from being able to sleep. But after Dan discovered a bottle of alcohol in the toilet cistern, and removed it, all was well. Oh yea, I had fixed the slat bed by this stage.
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Grand Final Day

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world

... with then got taken through the mine for about two hours. For a start it was just tunnels and tunnels with wood everywhere then we saw some really amazing sights! Leant a lot about the history of it, its over 700years old!! There were numerous chapels underground even, the most impressive one you had to pay two euro to be allowed to take photos in it. Everything in there is carved out of the rock salt. There are statues ...

Great day in Krakow

A travel blog entry by naomi7

1

... 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, ...

Krakow

A travel blog entry by tagmoore

25

... to try to see if there was any live music going on. Unforunately nothing much was happening so I tried the hazelnut vodka and milk drink that Daria had recommended (it tastes like nutella!) then we went to try and find a place that served the 'drinkable honey' (mead) we'd seen listed on our map guide. We walked around to a few of the marked places that were meant to have it but none did. We headed over to Kamila's hostel at 10:30 to meet her after work and went to say goodbye ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles

4

... families forever lost and broken - not even a record of your life. Sometimes, not even a casualty number.

The worst part for me was seeing rooms full of belongings - shoes, combs, kitchen supplies, suitcases, glasses...

And then we came into the room filled with human hair. After gassing their victims, they would "harvest" gold teeth and hair. This hair was made into TEXTILES - rugs, nets...we saw direct byproducts. 7,000 kgs of bagged hair ...

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