Aneks Hotelu Kazimierz

ul. Miodowa 18, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-055, Poland | Hotel
Prices starting from $52.00
 

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What a fabulous surprise- KRAKOW! by Belinda Held

A travel blog entry by belinda.held

9

... will be in Rome for Blessed Pope John Paul II’s Canonization so felt very privileged and lucky to be able to visit his birthplace. The day was gloomy, very cold and overcast. Upon arrival I was taken aback. The air seemed full of smoke. The problem was coal- the people were burning coal to keep warm. The smoke was emerging from their chimneys and lying low. I covered my mouth with my scarf. Then I entered the church were the Pope was Baptized, was an Altar ...

Krakow

A travel blog entry by sophevans

12

... bar and Elle and I had a D&M on the dance floor, and we stopped at Maccas on the way home at 3am. The next day was Saturday and I wanted to do the free walking tour, and Elle and Rob agreed to come with me. Natan was crook (denying that it was a hangover) so we left him in bed and headed down to the square to meet up with the group. The guide was a local guy who told us a lot of long winded stories about Polish history. But he did know what he was talking about. ...

Poland

A travel blog entry by graceandgary

14

... spent exploring the Jewish Quarter, the old town square, St Mary's Cathedral and just sitting drinking and eating in the sun people watching. On our final day we visited Schindlers Factory, one of the best laid out museums we had been to. This was followed up with more time in the Old Town, looking at the Wawel Castle and finding the Krakow Dragon's old den.

That evening we boarded the night train bound for ...

Krakow and Auchwitz

A travel blog entry by moons_shell

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... camp at about 7.30am. It took a few hours to get there and when we finally arrived the scene was very grim. Snow and about 2 degrees with a lot of very depressed people. The way it should be when you arrive there.

Auschwitz, also known as Auschwitz-Birkenau, opened in 1940 and was the largest of the Nazi concentration and death camps. Located in southern Poland, Auschwitz initially served as a ...

Poland Will Never Forget Nor Forgive

A travel blog entry by thebests

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... and had some dinner in the food court. Polish food is somewhat meat centric, but they are also big on their vegies and salad, so we opted for a Polish type restaurant and chowed down on what we were assured was Polish food. Whether it was or not, who knows? All I know is that it was most agreeable and we briefly debated heading back for seconds but decided that would be greedy beyond belief. Instead, we went over to the Carrefour and purchased some snacks and beers for the evening. ...

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