Aventura Boutique Hostel
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Dan and I wanted to go back to Bors for lunch today, but we forgot it was Sunday (closed). Instead, we went across the street to a small cafe that sold small sandwiches. All the ingredients on Sundays are from the farmers market. I had a pork sandwich and vanilla ice coffee. The iced coffee was similar to a smoothie/shake. It …
We slept in today to get enough rest since we planned to go on a pub crawl at night. Thankfully most of the others in our room all like to sleep in too =). We caught a free tour to kill some time and explore part of the city in the afternoon after a yummy lunch.
Lunch was in District VII at a sandwich place called …
... of the working classes So quite controversial for his time. I really liked his ink wash works. Walked back with Jenny and Maggie across the bridge and went into the Four Seasons Hotel which is very upmarket Then ambled back through town and found a great outside bar and had Apelo Spritz a gorgeous long orange coloured drink Solved the problems of the world Lovely girly chat. Had dinner in Astoria which was ...
... these days.
Half way through the tour - it's gone so quickly.
Hope you enjoy the photos. I couldn't get many decent ones of all the buildings that were lit up as they were turning out fuzzy, so looks like I'll have to get some postcards for myself.
PS For Sandra - didn't get any pics of the two young cute waiters in Krakow. After they could see us all drooling, I figured it might scare them off if I asked to take their photo, then we'd never get our ...
... to New York Palace and Cafe where we had lunch. This cage is so over the top in Devore - however very famous as " the most beautiful cafe in the world"
Next stop was the Jewish sector - a wonderful synagogue holding pride of place - 2 onion domed towers with what looks like gold plate. We walked through the Jewish area - many points of interest.
Next stop was Buda Castle - where there had been a weekend long wine festival. ...