Amigo City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... worth the bollocking.
A climb to the top of the hill to the castle late in the day had several benefits. Lovely light and limited tourists. The interior tours were finished for the day, but no problem wandering around. Castle is a deceptive term, not so much turrets and maidens in distress, more like the traditional palace type scenario. Beautiful buildings, courtyards and some impressive gates, and let us not forget the stunning vistas.
... wallet was not up to being used for lunch!
We had a free afternoon (bonus ) so Simon started his 2nd book then went for a swim and Susan did what Susan enjoys doing in the afternoon. Prize for the first correct guess!
That night we had Folklore Show with Dinner so it was all aboard (2 bus loads) for a trip to a different part of town - we went past where some embassies are and flash old housing. The Russian Embassy is a huge complex - it was the Soviet Unions in communist ...
... for Jehovah and theocratic interests is very encouraging. After meeting we went out for Vietnamese food with our good friends Jirka and Nelly. After a nice dinner and encouraging conversations about the congregation we stepped outside into the chilly night to find piles of trash next to the public dumpsters. "Is that a microwave?!" asked Julee. "We don't have one of those in our flat." Julee and Nelly began rummaging through boxes ...
... we had arrived at the Happy Guests Apartments in Krakow and then we we were walking the streets of Krakow, being expertly guided by this self sufficient young woman who was my daughter. She guided us through a dark park and up dark streets, chatting flat out about her experiences of the city. We stopped at one of her favourite restaurants where she greeted the waitress in Polish and ordered us polish dumplings and drinks and we ...
Day 20 I loved Oktoberfest, I met so many great people camping, but after 2 nights, I had enough. I was the first to wake up, and quickly packed up my bag which I found floating in the water. I had signed up to go on a bus tour to one of the big castles in the south of Germany, but our bus broke down and it was canceled. So I walked around at Oktoberfest in the morning, it is so big that I still ...