Orange Hostel Krakow
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We walked down one of the streets leading from the square and talked about the old city gate - St. Florians with its monument of St Florian - the patron Saint of Firefighters. There were some old buskers playing under the gate archway and Anja said that every time she walks past the smell of alcohol seems to get stronger! No wonder they looked so jovial :) Hundreds of years ago when Austrians took over the city they wanted to destroy the old ...
... next door to our hotel for another meal of meat and potato dumplings. I had a white beet soup, which was lovely, tasting nothing like beet root. Grant had a fish dish that was sprinkled with a few carrots and asparagus, the first time I had seen a vegetable,other than cabbage on anyone's plate. I am so missing Pret-a-manger! We were the pikers of the group yet again and headed home quite early. There is always one or two others that are tired and walk home with ...
... shows the archaeological studies carried out under the main market square and the treasure trove of objects and medieval history that has been uncovered. It is quite a high-tech museum with light and sound displays making you feel like you have gone back in time, and providing a great link between past and present. Around the perimeter of the square are bars and restaurants with tables and chairs flowing out to the pavements. Krakow is said to have the highest density of bars and ...
... is 78.
After everything we ate they still wanted to send us home with more food. Thank you, but no thank you.
Plans to meet up tomorrow were made so we are all very happy and looking forward to what tomorrow brings.
To start the day both Carmen and Danita decided, because they could, that they would indulge in having Pierogi for breakfast. And they did just that. Same place we ate at on our first night in Poland.
The plans were to meet ...
From 3rd February 2014 till 7th February 2014 I had to go for work to Krakow.
Everyone says that Krakow is a beautiful city and they are right. However, during winter they heat with coal and as Krakow lies in a little hole there is a lot of coal dust. It made my eyes red and made me feel sick therefore most nights I stayed in the hotel after work. But on 2 nights I went out and I was able to take some nice pictures. Now I just hope that I might be able to go again during summer.