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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Just as a side note, I like trains! I’m currently writing this on a train travelling from Krakow to Warsaw. I have tea, lots of legroom and don’t have to worry about checking in 2 hours early. My
luggage wont get lost and I don’t have to wait 30 mins to pick it up. It’s also very pretty outside. It’s been snowing …
... about this action propagated by the Soviets, for example, that Marshall Koniev forbade the use of artillery and air support during the Russian attack to ensure the city's historic buildings were not destroyed. The exhibit is quite small filling just four little rooms.
I crossed the river on the way back via the Kotlarski Bridge then turned left and followed the road along the water until I reached Starowislna Street that runs past the hotel and on to the old ...
... about our Erasmus memories - it felt like no time had passed!
After a long stay, realising that we were incredibly loud and had cleared the bar, we decided to leave and make our way to find something to eat back in the Jewish area near our apartment. By now it was already getting on for 10pm, and my friends had been drinking all day long. We then went back to the apartment to settle in for the night, as the following ...
... containing rows of shops, outdoor cafes, and horse-drawn carriages awaiting fares run along the perimeter, and the entire square is dominated by St. Mary's Basilica.
Side note: One interesting fact about the Basilica is that four times an hour, a single trumpeter in the top steeple plays four notes, pauses, then plays them again. This is supposedly to symbolize a time in the Middle Ages when a trumpeter alerted the town of ...
... really fun. After we took our exam everyone had class after. My teachers wanted to surprise us so they told us to pack up our stuff we were going somewhere. We were on our way and told we could only speak Polish, Marta(one of my teachers) said if we spoke any English we owed her 5 grosz. Haha. Obviously some of it slipped just by habit but for the most part we did ok. When I'm with my friends we try to speak what we know and most of them are levels above me so ...