The Secret Garden Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Secret Garden Hostel Krakow
Very nice and relaxing apartment.
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... 70% shots in the Jewish area, on what was turning into a very Jewish holiday, we headed to Krakow's Karaoke Bar where my friends growled through some classic songs, before getting wasted.
Lauren in particular had not only smashed her phone from the ladder to reach the DJ, but also needed to be carried home after everyone else had walked off. Despite taking over an hour and needing the help of a local Pole, we were still the first ...
... for fabric production, do you really need a photo of piles of dead bodies, including babies and children, or the 40,000 pairs of shoes..or suitcases......I can imagine a family slide show of their trip to Austria... "So this is me in front of the execution wall" I even was gobsmacked that people actually graffiti this place.. I found scribbled or scratched in some walls the likes of "Thommo was ere 2008. It was a mind **** for me. We ...
... family home was right next to the gallows and the gas chamber (which had scratch marks on its inner walls). We later learnt that the children living at the Höss home were quite oblivious to what was happening just over the wall.
We also visited the nearby Birkenau camp, with its imploded gas chambers (so as not to leave evidence of the atrocities); and the sheds which might have been more suited to house horses and cattle in ...
... normal, especially in a bus). Nearly 10 hours later (with little sleep) we arrived in Krakow. We only have a few days here so we have done a day trip to Auschwitz and spent the rest of the time wandering the streets in the old town and Kazimeri (Jewish District). Lovely city, beautiful architecture and it's incredibly cheap. €5 for ...
... br> I think no amount of reading about the Holocaust compares to actually going to one of the death camps and seeing the buildings and walking along the train tracks. Nothing prepares one for seeing black and white photographs and recognizing the buildings. At the end of the tour we were reminded that it was humans, and educated intellectuals at that, not savages or barbarians or monsters, who designed the camp system and attempted to carry out the Final Solution. I ...