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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... shocked that the locals at the bar didn't even bat an eye lid, continuing drink and smoke at the tables like this was a regular occurrence. Me being me just sprung into action getting the man a bundle of tissues, and helping him to clear up his wound and stop the ridiculous amount of blood pouring from his head. We all ordered the bouncer to ring for an ambulance and we gave the man some water. This did put a dampener on everyone's mood but the hostel staff tried to ...
... where we firstly did a tour of the castle. Sorry, no photos allowed there but what a shame, it was just magnificent and would have been lovely to show pics. After that we visited the church inside the castle which was magnificent.
Extremely hot weather here right now, and in between each tour Kim and I usually try to sit down and have a thirst quenching drink. Kim is trying all the local beers and I have take ...
... we procured the correct document and the prospect of 4 years hard labour evaporated. Other officials made various appearances including an earth mother type with a clip board who initially I thought was after a "few bob" for a room for the night at the local doss house. However she explained she was conducting a survey about our journeys. Eager to impress Cathy dug out our impressive rail map and pointed to the Crimea. Not interested. Nourishment ...
People who had been to Krakow recommended we go check out the salt mine in a local town. We took a taxi there and were pretty excited about it. The "Wieliczka" salt mine is 700 years old. The first extraction of salt in the mine occurred during the second half of the XIII century. As the extraction process lasted over centuries, the result was the creation of an enormous network of rooms and tunnels. It ...
... were not successful in their goal. The existence of this museum and the synagogues we also visited in Krakow, Poland are testaments to the human will to survive.
We enjoyed our walks through the Old parts of Krakow having a beer at one of the many outdoor terraces or sampling the many Polish specialties. Jeff and I had a scrumptious lody (ice cream) in the Kazimierz district after noticing a stream of people savouring their lody. We ...