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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... had found in her google search sounded familiar. Hmmm…I was anxious to get home and check my records from the 2004 trip and settle the Marta mix-up once and for all.
Meanwhile, we had a pleasant meal with Marta- 2006, told her of our plans and had a chance to hear her ideas as well. An after-dark walk through the square back to our guesthouse was invigorating. Poland has been cold – in the 40s much of the time – ...
... are closed, but about half house Holocaust exhibitions.
There was no audio tour to assist us, and the booklet we'd purchased at the entry kiosk didn't offer much direction on how to view the site. Unfortunately, we discovered that this site, so rich in history and tragedy, is presented in a way that is both confusing and disconnective. It took us about an hour to figure out the map- each barrack is numbered over the door, yet the map uses different numbers ...
... Main Square. Halfway there we came across a weekend market setting up with food and crafts stands -- a great opportunity to see what foods were available locally. On the second floor of the Cloth Hall is the Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art. During this time period there actually was no country of Poland as their country had been conquered by neighboring empires. Much of the art in this gallery portrays the artist's interpretations of ...
... time we were on the train talking in English, he spoke it too! Then the other two college guys both looked at us, and I could tell they knew English. They helped us understand why the one dog was on the seat, the woman was standing, and the other dog was in the hallway. The little girl was allergic to dogs, as well as Jessica, so she was trying to keep them away.
We talked with the guys about why we were here, Spain, the U.S., and Poland. It was the first time ...
... suitcases and then rush to Stansted.
Several hours later I arrived into Krakow on what was a grey and miserable day pouring down with rain. As I took my transfer into town I gazed at all the buildings whizzing by. I will be honest and say that my first impressions were not the greatest, everything seemed so grey and dull but I guess there isn't a city in the world that looks at its best in bad weather.
I checked into my hostel which was small and ...