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Travel Blogs from Krakow
... to run to catch a train. At long last, I came to my train car and showed my validated ticket with about 30 seconds to spare.
My train car was advertised as a “6 person couchette,” which I assumed to mean 6 beds. What I found was a small compartment with 4 large bench chairs and two overhead bunks. Luckily, there were only two other passenger in the cabin. Kim is an Aussie out of Sydney who’s been ...
... many are still around and they don't realise they are made of the hair of dead Jews... There were also glass cases of adult and children shoes, spectacles, and there was a huge case of bags. On the case the prisoners wrote their name and town and when they were killed then checked for valuables, the SS wrote exterminated and the date. After that we walked around some more. It doesn't overly evil only because the buildings are clean and there is lots of grass. ...
... huge salt chandeliers that had been created for the miners. It really was something to see. After the mine we returned into the main square for lunch, where I tried some traditional beetroot soup. It was delicious! I also tried some of the local bread/pretzel thing, but I wasn't a huge fan....I found it a bit salty. Simone and I then took a Taxi to Schindler's Factory Museum, which was a lot bigger than i ...
... it properly.
After dinner and a few more drinks apparently it was time to sing a Christmas carol, there was a big sheet with the twelve days of Christmas painted on it hanging from the wall so we all sang it together, this seemed a little weird to me but it was also Hilarious because everyone was so drunk and kept singing the wrong lines.
Later in the night Ruth gave a speech and Ben was knighted Sir Ben the Galliant, a real sword was used and Ben did not ...
... 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, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed