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... tender Grilled wild Sea bass fillet, coated in buckwheat flour. Its crispy skin perfectly done, with baby roasted zucchini on the side. The sweet potato chips stood out in taste and added a pleasant note of colour to the already inviting presentation.
BEVERAGE: My friend had the Gosigna C******nay, (House wine) –creamy softness on the palate with a sweet finish, but ...
Poland actually wasn't on our must see list for this trip, but we figured we were so close, it’s cheap, and it’s somewhere completely new and different. After a very long day of travelling from Dresden via Prague and Ostrava, 2 buses, a train, plus a tram and metro ride later, we finally arrived in Krakow absolutely buggered. Miko, our Airbnb host who lives in the same apartment block, kindly waited up for us to let us in and showed us around at around 11pm on Sunday ...
... international interaction after all the Polish cities, but at the same time some of the authenticity is lost. Luckily it's not enough to produce that generic European city atmosphere and it still remains a great spot to spend a few days in. And with some wondering around we did discover neighborhoods like Kazimierz where you can still get the Polska experience.
My cousin Aleks hooked up with us for a ...
Krakow, Poland. So, the plan was to leave today... We woke early for it and everything, went to the train station and e everything, only to be told that the train was fully booked, and the next possible train was at 6am the following day. Great. Back to to the Hostel, "can we get two beds for the night please? " "we only keep the beds back for our guests..." "we were your guests an hour ago, we checked out and don't have a train so now we're back" ...
... even after a short description of the first bar, that the beer in Krakow & in Poland for that matter are sensational. There are many different types all bursting with rich flavour, no coronas or VB here!!!
The night was spent going from place to place, drinking & talking travel with Chris who had visited a lot of the places in eastern Europe that interested us. Eventually we called it a night.
The next morning we were up early due to the creaky beds, ...