Kazimierz's Secret Apartments
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The apartment was beautiful and not overly expensive, it was also in a great location within relatively close proximity to everything one would want to see in Krakow.
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... it is certainly unique.
Our second day, the weather had taken a turn for the worse and it was very cold and raining sideways. We were less than impressed when a youth stole Dom's newly purchased umbrella (bloody kids)…However, our day was very brightened when we met a Danish man during our lunch who was so inebriated he could barely speak. He informed us that his wife sent him to Krakow for his birthday. Additionally, he was ...
... but at least the rooms are big and seem pretty clean. Dinner was included at the cafeteria here and actually wasn't too bad, chicken schnitzel salad and potatoes. Final of the World Cup tonight so we went to the hotel bar and had a drink while we watched for a bit before heading into town to a club to watch the rest. Turned into an awesome night of dancing and partying, got home around 2:30 and will probably regret all the beer I drank in the ...
So the plan was to get up early and put some miles in. Today was the biggest leg of the journey, with a trip from Budapest, across the Slovakian Alps and into Poland. Well that was the plan.. We all slept in and didn't get underway until after lunch.. All was good, as no real pressure to follow the itinerary and it was decided that we will hit Brezno, only a 3 hr drive which is on the southern side of the Alp. We got Duster out ...
... since the middle ages. But underneath the Square you could view the layers of archaeology and history of the city, in the most fabulous interactive, modern museum - Poland has a gift in modern museums, the few we visited were all so fabulous. I was quite excited seeing ‘real’ medieval archaeology that has only yet existed in books and movies for me.
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... see the tales of the common man, the unfortunate families who lost all before losing their lives. We hear testimonies of dignity in the face of the most insurmountable odds, of faith, of desperation. It is a human tragedy of unmentionable proportions. In the end it was solidarity amongst human beings that helped them to endure till the time of liberation for the few that were left.
How could all this hell have been created and its mission executed? ...