The Piano Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of Jesus’s life including a great carving of the last supper it is only a few centimetres deep but from the right angle it looks much deeper. We then made our way through a gift shop area which was nothing special. We then made it into a chamber with a large lake. We listened to the sounds of the cave which sounded like a soft moaning. We then made our way down some more stairs to another chamber with a huge brine lake. There is a bench by this lake called the ...
... safely (however it would have been nice to have air-con on the tram since it was a rather warm day).
By the time we arrived it was after 12pm, so Isabelle and Zac wanted lunch. We walked slowly towards the Rynek, and stumbled onto an Italian restaurant. It has been a few weeks since our visit to Italy so we were ready for some more Italian food again. We were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the wood fired pizza, ...
... around, it really makes me appreciate how much freedom we have. Going back 80 years, or even 50 years, I would have been so much more limited as to what countries I would have safe access to, and now it’s hardly an afterthought. I’m certainly lucky to have grown up at the time I did, and to be travelling exactly the way I want today. So tomorrow I’m off to visit another post-war soviet country, ...
... First Holy Communion and was Confirmed. It felt beautiful- the feeling inside the church was peaceful and surreal. In Chicago, in 1979, I saw Pope John Paul II – he was going down Michigan Avenue in the Pope-mobile. I was looking down from a window. I felt that peace and love and was totally awe-struck. I had the same feeling in his church. I really like Pope John Paul II. I remember hearing of his visit to Israel in 2000 . He went to Yad Vashem, the Jewish ...
... elevator. Thanks guys. But we had our own, private room with a bathroom just outside the door, and it was big enough to not have to smell Natan's ***** from the other side of the room. We got our wifi fix, then headed out to find some dinner and check out the town. Our hostel was in a perfect location, and the first thing we came across was a mini night market, with a few stalls selling mostly winter coats, scarves and gloves, and food and drink stalls. Rob insisted ...