The Secret Garden Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Secret Garden Hostel Krakow
Very nice and relaxing apartment.
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... to bed early tonight as the plan is to be at the bus stop to go to Auschwitz by 7.00am. That will get us there by 8.30am before the crowds set-in, which we think will take away from the experience. So, in touring the Old Town this is what we saw: • Barbican • St Florian's Gate • St Ann's Church • The Main Market Square - it was really pretty and laid out with lots of space around the buildings to create a really nice presence about the ...
... from 40 countries around the world together with Shoah survivors on Yom Ha Shoah, the Day of Holocaust Rememberence. (see www.motl.org for pictures, videos, and more). The March begins from within the auschwitz concentration and extermination camp, out the gates and 3km to neighboring birkenau.
The March itself is actually part of a longer trip that tours through several of the camps in Poland, and then concludes with ...
... Nazi figure in the running of Auschwitz, was executed after the Nuremberg trials in 1947. After some lunch (not that we had a full appetite after what we'd just seen), the Tarago provided a lift for us across to the main camp, Auschwitz II - Birkenau. This was constructed as a mass extermination camp by Heinrich Himmler as an answer to the Final Solution. This place was much bigger than Auschwitz I, and was simply a killing factory. Guided ...
I would not have thought eight weeks could go by so fast. It was a bittersweet parting, for while I am excited to travel to Poland and Germany, I was sorry to say goodbye to Kiev and the people I've met here. It has been an adventure and an incredible experience. In Russian, to say farewell, one says "до свида 85;ия," (da svidanya) which means “until we meet again.” I think that is a better way to part than ...
... to Krakow, when I had been dressed in Primark velour clothes purchased by a colleague and spent most of my time drunk accompanied by a young man dressed as a parrot. Long story...
Anyway, sadly part one of the adventure ended today with the most arduos and depressing transfer to date - the journey from East Midlands Airport to Bedworth, which involved three buses and more than three hours of wasted life.
Next week, Thailand...