Cybulskiego Guest Rooms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of pleasurable hours sitting enjoying the sun, watching the world go by enjoying a few local beverages.
We were by no means the only ones enjoying the change in the weather. It seemed like everybody was happier or was that just our imagination? The square was now packed with punters enjoying the sun in the outdoor cafes. Couples and groups strolled by eating ice cream. I don't think I have ever seen so many people eating ice cream! Even the heavily ...
... or maybe bed came a lot later than we thought but either way the memory of vodka was still fresh in our minds. Checking out and backpacks on we made our way to the square one last time to try something very un-authentic but fast becoming a Krakow must do, Moa Burger.Now apparently the place was started by a kiwi ex-pat who fell for a polish girl (who could blame him Brendon says), thankfully for us this place existed as it was the perfect hangover buster and ...
... a restaurant at the side of the markets. We did go inside as we have learnt that you don't get smokers! The restaurant was called the Cafe Europoja and for a chance cafe it was a real find! Alex had soup, which was presented in a large bread roll and it was delicious! He also ordered pasta, but that was a mistake because he was so full from the soup! Sarina and I shared an entree of fried goats cheese coated in almond, and that was superb! Then I had ...
... terminal, stopping to buy some bread from the street vendors along the way. After a rest at home, we set off for a quick dinner at a local kebab shop, Mr H enjoying a very tasty pork kebab, and me a portion of chips.
The following day, 27 July, was our 5 year anniversary (of our first date), so we decided on another outing, this time to the Wieliczka Salt Mines, another train ride away. Our first impression of the mine was that it was very expensive. Our ...
... can be found. It is big. Weighing in at 13 Tonnes and requiring 12 people to ring it. Fortunately for them it is only rung on special occasions, maybe a dozen times a year. The castle interior was splendid and the underground tombs were interesting.
After an amazing lunch in the sun, i took Zapiekanka, a Polish halved baguette or bread topped with fried onions, mushrooms and cheese. Sooo good! We ventured to Oskar ...