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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... t speak English for a return ticket to come back on another day. We can book that part in Krakow), find the platform and even our seats on the train, all with plenty of time to spare. The Polish train system is not part of Eurail. It is self-contained. At first I thought this was little wonder, as everything at the station ran like clockwork, but now I'm not so sure. We had a few stops in the middle of nowhere, one for a good 20 minutes, while waiting for trains to pass on ...
... that up). He vanquished the dragon living beneath it in 700 AD. No dragons have been seen since.
Darlene visited the castle alone. I remained in the apartment doing laundry and preparing travel meals. No photos are allowed (in the castle, not the apartment), so we have to take Darlene’s word on the interior. She says, "The castle is a museum of amazing rooms and palace ...
After a little Christmas Day sleep in, we breakfasted on beautiful muesli and yoghurt and pastries gathered the previous day from a little French Patisserie in Wenceslas Square. Well fed and watered and all wearing the obligatory Christmas jumpers Bon and I had purchased in London - thank you Camden Town markets and Primark - we gathered around our tiny tree bought in Krakow by Lily and decorated with a few baubles from London and from Prague, and ...
... We embarked on two walking tours today.
1. Old Town Krakow
2. The Jewish Quarters
Krakow is a medieval town, and can be traced back to 9th century. This tour took us around the original, and still pumping centre of the city, showing us all of the buildings, and relics that still remain today. As Krakow was sprinkled with magic dust, as they say, and avoided being destroyed in WWII it ...
This morning we had the chance to go down into an old salt mine that is located just outside of krakow. The salt mine dates back to the 13th century. It reaches a depth of 327 metres and is over 287 kilometres long. We only really seen about 1% of the entire mine and we were in there for over 2hours..... It is that big that a small group of us actually got a little lost trying to exit the mine. It was quite funny, ...