The Secret Garden Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- 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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... the pictures. Tell your friends about the legends of Kościół Mariacki and Wawel Hill. And stayed tuned for the rest of the week as I get back on track and explore the legacy of the Holocaust in Krakow - the last stop on my adventure. In just two short days I will be learning about the Jewish ghetto, Schindler's factory, and will end with Auschwitz. So an emotional few days are ahead of me for sure, but I'm looking forward to sharing ...
... of a church, chandeliers and all. The in the afternoon I go through the Old Jewish quarter. There are probably more Jewish buildings here than people as there aren't a huge number of Polish Jews. The site of the Second World War Jewish Ghetto, is marked with large chairs as that's all that was left after the Jews were 'liquidated'. Over the weekend I also wander round the old ...
... lived for a period of time. While they were living in this small square, their things were thrown out of their apartments and houses and into the square. Everything from clothes to furniture- that's where the chairs come from. It was kind of creepy sitting in the square but it was still pretty neat. The monument is right beside the train tracks and he told us that one time a person threw a piece of bread into the square to the starving people and every single person ...
... get to the airport on time for our flight to Krakow in the afternoon, so we left ourselves about 70 minutes to walk to the train station to get our train. I should mention that the streets in Venice are all very narrow and can be short, and there are not many direct roads to anywhere, so it is not much use to use a map all the time because you would need to look at it at every turn. When we set off for the train station, we started off in the right direction (west) and ...
I fear that I've made Krakow out to be some place with nothing to do but see a bloody history and feel depressed, and that's simply not true. This city is beautiful, and the people are really wonderful - yesterday a woman helped me buy a tram ticket and, after spending 10 minutes fighting with the machine, paid for it for me and refused my money when I tried to pay her back. Not only did she help me, but she also spoke apparently flawless ...