Jawor Spa Hotel

Address: Turystyczna 204, Jaworzno, Southern Poland, 43-384, Poland | Hotel
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Kraków Prague

A travel blog entry by phil.w on Jan 08, 2015

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I should step back a while because our train trip from Kraków was special and one I thought would be interesting. We booked our overnight train months ago from Australia and all the paperwork was done fine, even if a bit slow, the tickets were sent to our hotel in Warsaw in case a problem arises, then we would be far enough out from the travel date that any issues could be sorted, a bit odd but then again we are talking Polish rail here. The train departed ...

DAY 31: Friday, 3 October

A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 03, 2014

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... Wieliczka Salt Mine which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It contains salt sculptures and was used by the Nazis in WWII but having looked at the website just now it doesn't look that interesting. The reviews of others who have been are largely very positive though. If we don't do that we will have a lot of time to fill in. What we are keen on doing is going to the Krakow Jewish Ghetto established by the Nazis during WWII. There's not much of it left but it ...

"Imagine the scenes if this goes in"

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 30, 2014

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... of course some quirky stories and legends. One of those was the 7 hour que when the first Mc Donald's was opened, as it was a symbol of freedom for the people and a taste of the western life. People dressed up and went their for Sunday lunch, despite it costing around 10% of average monthly income.

We saw the cloth hall, the first shopping centre in Krakow. We saw the two security systems there. The medieval one, a knife hanging from the ceiling, warning any robbers ...

Auschwitz - Krakow

A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 20, 2014

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... the collapse of the Communist regime, so the poor Poles not only suffered under the German's but also for many years after under the Russians. Little wonder they appear grumpy. We were back in Krakow by around 4 and quite exhausted. After recharging our batteries for an hour we headed into the Market Square to catch a free walking tour of the old town. The centre was a buzz, given that it was a Saturday night. They say Krakow is the new party town of Europe. ...

Traumas of Group Travel!

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 20, 2014

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... get on the bus, but it was really cold, so I moved under cover. Sarina and Alex joined me half way through the trip. Soon after, Sarina realised we would be near our hotel, so we decided that this was enough and left the bus. We had lunch at a lovely little bakery where the rolls were so fresh, then went back to the hotel and all of us went to sleep!!! When Alex and I woke up around 3pm, we went to the train station which is nearby (one of the reasons ...