Kazimierz's Secret Apartments
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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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... 35PLN) and a flask of warm sake (26PLN or $10).
The meal looked good, but the unagi was a little dry and lacking that marvellous soy-based glaze that makes it normally such a luscious dish. The prawn was just a prawn really. Nothing special there. There were also a couple of crab sticks, some rather tasteless green stuff that may have been seaweed, a wad of pickled ginger, some sliced mushrooms that also tasted slightly pickled, and little roulades of egg which ...
... we let Aaron sleep a little bit longer because he got in at 6.30am. Once we got ready we woke up Aaron and told him that he had half an hour before we were getting picked up for our tour to the salt mines. Whilst we were on the bus we all had a little nap. Aaron looked absolutely shattered. Can't believe he came home at 6.30 and then managed to get up for the tour.
Our tour started around 11am and was going to take a few hours. We had to walk down 152 floors to get to ...
... alcohol into the boot he then has to drink it) as you can imagine he was already well and truly drunk. After a few more drinks we made our way to the front of the church to meet up with Jah and the rest of the group. At 6:15 we made our way to the traditional polish restaurant for a meal of traditional dumplings and roast meats and vegies. Once we were all seated we then were called into the kitchen to see how the dumplings were made. They made some ...
... up to the top. Very tight - I guess part of the experience. Upon returning to town went for lunch and endulged in beer, kielbasa and pierogies. Then finished souvenir shopping and enjoyed an ice cream and coffee on the main square. As I sat there a car show rolled in... Finally walked past my favorite adoration chapel and saw Mass was starting - so attended Mass and adoration. Then packed my bags as last night in ...
... would like me to change my thick veggie soups to Polish style! A good idea maybe.
I have purchased a Polish Cookbook so maybe I need to do some reading.
Certainly not the weather for Soup but hey, when in Poland, do as the Polish do!
We purchased tickets to a Polish Folk Dancing evening so that was a bit of fun. Paul remembers most of the dances as he used to participate in a Geelong Polish Dancing Group in his younger years.
One of the dancers asked him ...