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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... friend from Australia called Josh and when we got back to Krakow we all went for lunch that was included, the lunch was great and with a beer to help it down we made a plan to head to the Schindler Museum, into a cab we arrived at 4:35pm thinking we had plenty of time before it closed at 6pm unfortunately and unbeknownst to us the last entry is at 4:30pm so we and what looked like another 40 people missed out. Resolving that it was probably similar to what ...
... a wall.
Pineapples on the tombstones means teacher.
Jews put rocks on the graves because Jews were in the desert for 40 years. The Rabbi said they needed 40 years to learn how to be free, and that is the reason for the 40-years in the desert. "From Moses topazes, there is none stronger in Israel," this is stated on some of the Rabbi's tombstones.
Schindler's List was filmed here in Krakow. No one wanted to live in Terezin after the war, so students, artists ...
... days here? The main square of Rynek Glowny is impressive, under the shadow of one of the most beautiful old buildings, the Cloth Hall (the world's oldest mall :)) and full of cafes and people. We were lucky enough to enjoy a live opera performance in the square, but I think different artistic events take place very often here The old town is full of scenic squares, wonderful churches and old buildings with amazing facades, ...
... down with rain so after half an hour Gem called it quits and went back to the hostel. I soldiered on and finished the tour. It was quite a heavy tour with lots of information that wasn’t too interesting. Although a few fun fact I learnt was that Mt Kosciusko is named after a Polish rebel who fought for their independence. Krakow was also home to the pope John Paul II as well as having a big castle and a massive town square. Post walking tour I met everyone back at the hostel ...
... got it! Clubs, cafes, restaurants, shops...
First stop was a club with a dance pole. Joe our driver started it. Everyone, nearly, had a go. My turn: never really did pole before, but of course I've done burlesque and latin, so that helps. Mixed it with a little hip-hop move. And of course, love just flicking my hair in a ponytail. Well, as a consequence of just going for it, one of the girls asked:
"What do you really do for work? You're a dnacer aren't ...