Hotel ROKK

Address: Rzemieslnicza 20 , Krakow, Southern Poland, 30-403 , Poland | 2 star inn
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel ROKK Krakow

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Krakow

The Odyssee to Kraków

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 27, 2015

12 photos

... I would stay again that is for sure, as it is perfectly situated and in a beautiful building but I might insist on a smaller room. 10 people to a room is too much even if separated through a door. Also, I think - and I know it is not a hotel but still - they could occasionally exchange the bath mat, as by day three it was disgustingly dirty. I am just glad I brought my shower flip flops. The other thing I might use as an alternative would be AirBnB again. I really ...

Perfect Days, Difficult History, & Awesome Parents

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Mar 09, 2015

12 comments, 11 photos

... pickled herring, bread with pork lard, perogies, a cake that is attributed to Pope John Paul, pickles and pickled cabbage, sausage, different types of soup, hunter's stew and mulled wine. Nika explained how the foods were made and served and why they were popular. We had an amazing adventure, even though it was raining even harder now and it was quite chilly.

We returned to our hotel with some slices of za and some kebabs, and hunkered down in our ...

DAY 29: Wednesday, 1 October

A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 01, 2014

... and his factory which treated the Jews who worked there kindly, but there was very little about that. It's focus was more general, about the plight of the Jews and how they were gradually marginalised. First, run out of town, then moved into ghettos which were in essence working camps, then from there those that couldn't work were liquidated and ultimately, the 'Final Solution' which saw them removed from the ghettos into concentration camps for mass extermination. ...

Auschwitz - evil beyond imagination

A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 03, 2014

16 photos

... were closing at the onset of WWII. How courageous for my grandparents and/or great grandparents to leave everything including their families. The tour continued through the Auschwitz camp; when the red army (Russia?) was about to find this site, the Germans running it tried to destroy all evidence. The items that they had were the hair - tons of it. They were going to use to make blankets and mattresses for the German army. How inconceivable and disgusting on the ...

Krakow, Poland

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jun 08, 2014

2 comments, 44 photos

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A short tram ride away from the Main Market Square is the old Jewish area where the Nazis created a "ghetto" and camp area and forced all to live in unbelievably cramped and inhumane quarters. Here we visited the old factory of Oskar Schindler, immortalized in Spielberg’s 1993 movie, Schindler’s List.

His factory building had ...