Poland

gdansk poland old city

Today marks 3.5 years traveling and nesting abroad. I have not visited the United States since I departed for my travels in 2007. I decided to take a detour from Berlin to Gdansk in northern Poland and happy I did. Currently I am the only person as the hostel which is located out side of Continue Reading ...

the wire fences at Auschwitz-Birkenau

This road divided the camp in Birkenau that lead to the gas chambers in the back of the camp. People that were selected for the gas chambers on arrival would walk along this road and then left to crematorium 4 and 5 Continue Reading ...

Warsaw Poland, Cultural Center

I visited Warsaw for about three days last week. Warsaw is a busy capital city as all others that provides a view interesting sites. I didn't have much of an interest and decided to leave for the mere reason that on the weekends the hostels are full, and a full loud hostel with a bunch Continue Reading ...

Karkows Marget Square,Carcow Old City

The market square in Krakow is one of the largest markets in Europe. The main function of the Market Square was commerce. After the city was destroyed by the Mongol invasion in 1241, the Main Square was rebuilt in 1257 and its commercial role expanded with the Magdeburg rights location of the city by the Continue Reading ...

the krakow ghetto square

Schindler's Factory in Krakow is only 500 meters from Ghetto Square. The Ghetto itself was very small comparing the amount of people that lived within its walls. Today there is only a small fragment of the wall remaining. Take note, all museums are closed on the first Monday of the month in Krakow, however the Continue Reading ...

krakow,travel budget,

I arrived in Krakow a week from last Thursday and stayed in a nice, quite hostel until Sunday. There were nice sunny days until Sunday, and all last week was cold, windy, and rainy, but I didn't mind, I am overly busy with web design clients. I did some site seeing on Saturday and viewed Continue Reading ...

bratislava slovakia

Today I am in Krakow after a couple of train rides from Slovakia. I departed out of Budapest to Bratislava taking the train for 2.5 hours about five days ago. Bratislava is a midsize old communistic city that all locals in Slovakia dislike, at least according to everyone that I asked. I stayed a pleasant Continue Reading ...