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Onwards to Krakow, proper breakfast and proper lunch. Bathed in sweat from the get go.
Found accommodation no problems, and settled in. Again no AC but we knew that when we booked into the Vanilla Hotel. Would have paid another €10 for it but not the €100 they were asking. Otherwise a fantastic place to stay.
3 nights in Krakow, 2 days spent sightseeing.
The old city and its sights by bus and ...
... whether you like the party atmosphere or a more homely feel. I stayed at...
Hostel Marabou (the homely one) - has everything you could need... including a great free breakfast and hundreds of beers and ales behind reception for discount prices. Common room doesnt leave much to the imagination but has free computers and internet which is always a win when travelling! It is a bit of a walk ...
... to the apartment we caught a tram to Namesti Miru tram stop to the Christmas markets there which were bustling with people. We enjoyed tredelnik which is a local bread, then a hot dog and a glass of warmed red spicy wine, great to heat you up, known as svirane vino. Wandered around the markets and then caught a tram back to the old town and walked over the Charles bridge, a very famous part of Prague ...
... like a sore thumb..or in our case an eskimo), and ask for identification, don't give them your passport. Just cry, empty your wallet and run.
The fines, the spending of fortunes, the dispossession of valuables. It could have been a less expensive few days...but YOPO ladies. To Van Ooi, Chis, Vicky and Kaz; It was admittedly one hell of a few days (and so much better than working!). Now...who is in for the first Wine and Wheel? We have another trip to plan!
... George's Basilica, dating from the Dark Ages. We then took the tram to Petrin Hill and took the funicular railway up to more stunning gardens, a mirror maze and an Eiffel Tower inspired structure before heading down the hill for some play time in a local park. The next day saw us heading out early (after the apartment owner visited to fix the washing machine we thought we had broken!) walking across the river to The Dancing House, one of the ...