Nad Rudawa B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... popular = good of course. We wandered through the city centre on the way home, past the 14th Century Barbican at the old city walls, and through the largest medieval town square in Europe. There was an illusionist street performer by the cathedral whose trick was quite cool. Bed beckoned though, and so we basically went straight back to the hotel and fell asleep.
The next morning we had a quick breakfast at the hotel, arranged a late check out (LOVE late checkouts!) and ...
... this is probably an overstatement. Anyway, we had a relaxed dinner just off the square (nothing fancy) and then decided to wander around.
Whilst we were eating dinner an entire market place had popped up in the middle of the main square. Little tents sold all manner of things including the usual tourist kitsch. There was everything from cheese to doilies to helmets. A windmill selling pancakes caught my eye so ...
Today's trip to Pieniny Mountains was breathtaking. It was about a 2 hour drive, which had lots of turns going up the mountain. We took a 2 hour ride down the river in the wooden boats. The mountains were beautiful and the weather was perfect. The pictures really don't even do it justice. I'm not a nature person(at all), much rather go shopping than hiking or canoeing, but I would do this again in a heartbeat. Granted the ...
... saw in France, but just as impressive. It is red brick and was rebuilt in the 14th century. Every few hours a trumpeter plays in the tower, and moves from window to window to send his music to every point on the compass.
Later we found an outdoor bar, right next to the old wall of the city, which Jola tells us is at least a thousand years old. We sat there in the late afternoon sunshine and watched the world go by.It was very ...
... into one of the prisons were it was no where big enough for one person - however they would house up to 6 people at a time. We headed to Birkenau another camp within Auschwitz also left untouched. We saw the bunkers they were made to sleep on, hard wooden planks and it was so cold and windy and we had clothes on. Cant imagine the people wearing thin layers next to nothing. We walked the "walk of death" from the train stop to the gas chambers...