Kazimierz's Secret Apartments
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... friends for a night out and then we went to a music festival a couple of days later. It was very different to other German cities I’ve visited as it is part of the old communist East Germany. A few days later and I had to go, and given that I had a bit of time up my sleeve and the fact that my Polish friend Ola would have ended our friendship otherwise, I thought why not head over to Krakow. That way I’d also have the opportunity to visit my ...
... was mean't to have a lot of nice cafes. We thought that we would find a nice one to have lunch at. The area looked very run down compared to the rest of Krakow and it wasn't long after we started walking that it began to poor down with rain. So we ran into the nearest cafe and that would have to do for lunch. The meal was a little disappointing but it was still food and that made us happy. Once the rain had settled down we walked around the ...
From a dryer in Krakow thrain pairs of my dearest underwear have been cruely taken from me. Thou t'were not even sexy; boy shorts only.
I can only hope you have been taken by some similarly sized but poorer girl for practical reasons.
But I know in my heart that some creepy (let's be honest) Brazilian guy has you and that is just weird and rude. I can't constantly buy underwear to indulge these kind of mad habits.I can only hope he wears you ...
... perfect storm" takes place. An evolved society as the one in Germany was easy prey for manipulation and control when all the factors were lined up and waiting for the right opportunist. From the moment Adolf Hitler took hold of the Chancellor's office in Berlin, Germans surrendered their will to one man, one belief. They "saw nothing, heard nothing" as the German machine rolled on to crush internal and external opposition. ...
I have had a lovely time in Krakow. It is a beautiful city, so full of history and beautiful architecture and fine restaurants. Like Lviv, the city survived the Second World War, and its central square - the largest medieval square in Europe - remains largely unchanged from when the Polish royalty marched through it.
It was especially neat for me to walk around Krakow's Old Town after walking around Lviv. Krakow's Old Town is larger, and in addition ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKazimierz's Secret Apartments Krakow
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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