Nad Rudawa B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chopped fennel and leek. The bacon was cooked to crispness but not burned. Good start.
For main I had linguine with prawns and spinach in a cream and lemon sauce. The original recipe included sun-dried tomatoes but as I'm not a fan I asked them to lose these. The pasta was covered in a layer of thinly sliced Parmesan topped with a sprig of fresh basil. The dominant flavour in the cream sauce was the lemon which went well with the prawns. The spinach was there more ...
... a alcoholic drink. He responded asking 'what is altitude we are flying at?' She didn't know so went and asked the pilot, when she came back and said 3,000ft he said he can't have a drink when his boss is so close. I thought that was an amazing comeback. Just shows his sense of humour.
After here we made our way up to the cities castle which was where the cathedral was situated as well. She went on to explain how the cathedral had got bigger with time so when you look at it ...
... of Jesus’s life including a great carving of the last supper it is only a few centimetres deep but from the right angle it looks much deeper. We then made our way through a gift shop area which was nothing special. We then made it into a chamber with a large lake. We listened to the sounds of the cave which sounded like a soft moaning. We then made our way down some more stairs to another chamber with a huge brine lake. There is a bench by this lake called the ...
... were sent straight to the gas chamber. 70% were herded straight to the gas chamber. Standing inside one of the smaller gas chambers and crematoria at Auschwitz, you could even see the finger scratchings of the tortured soles against the walls. The 2 furnaces were capable of burning 350 corpses daily (and this was one of the smaller chambers and crematoria compared to the death factories at Birkenau). At Birkenau, the impact really hits with the sheer size of the second ...
... came to visit so it was nice for us girls to be able to speak to someone!
Everyone is just so thrilled to see us and even though they all know we can't speak their language they still speak to us as if we do.
Thought we had better see some of a Krakow seeing we are staying there! Next time we certainly won't choose to stay so far away as each journey to visit family took around 40 minutes to get there. In the scheme of things, it is still very close.