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... a place on my Krakow Hotel Travel Guide collection.
It offers luxury touches that echo the essence of what you want as a traveler: comfort, service and beauty for all five senses. If this is what you are after, then this is the place for you.
We arrived much earlier to leave luggage and start our day's sightseeing stroll. The concierge desk did their best on every level. The ...
... castle represent different parts of the Polish culture and ways of living and government. The Wawel Royal Castle and the Wawel Hill constitute the most historically and culturally important site in Poland. For centuries it was the residence of the kings of Poland and the symbol of Polish statehood.
Today was a wonderful day and we are happy we learned more about Poland, their history and culture.
Next stop is.....
Bangkok, Thailand !!
... experimented on and men who were worked to their deaths was just so haunting and heart-wrenching. It is impossible to imagine what those people must have suffered and how another human could do it to them just for having a different belief. At least 1.1 million people were killed at Auschwitz, 90% of them being Jewish, mostly in gas chambers but they also perished from starvation, disease and forced labour. This figure is so large that ...
I have mixed up both trips to Krakow and I think at times a bit of Zakopane I apologise for my thought process it's as unorganised as me at the moment. Arriving in Krakow the first time we were confused and disorientated. We had spent the last 12 hours cramped into an overnight train like cattle. There was 6 of us in a cabin that you couldn't turn around in, you had to reverse into the corridor to change direction, no exaggeration. We were in the middle bunks. I felt this ...
... finally wear my sandals.
Auschwitz was horrible. Cried a bit - the enormity of what happened there hit me. Birkenau was easier but I think I'd dissociated from it all by then. Put a pebble on the memorial bit that was in English. Felt the guide rushed us a bit though which was a shame. Didn't feel I got to digest everything or get to read ...