Best Western Hotel Galicya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s Gate. As you pass through the Gate you are exposed to attractive historic buildings and cobblestone streets. To your right is the Czartoryski Museum which houses an impressive collection of European art including Leonardo da Vinci's "Lady with an Ermine".
As you progress down ul Florianska you reach Rynek Glowny (Main Market Square), Europe's largest medieval town square (200m x 200m). The Square is packed with tourists, ...
... as she led us down 65 metres below ground she kept starting off her spiels with “My Dearies”. We walked down 35 or so flights of stairs to reach the start of the tour. The first thing we saw were not the salt walls in which we had been told you could lick but timber. So much timber had been lugged down these shafts to stabilize the mine it is ridiculous and impossible to fathom the amount of effort gone into it. As we entered our first salt walled cavern she told ...
... far. At the same time, they are also somehow a little more conservative than many other European cultures, with drinking in the street very much illegal, a strong police presence, jay walking also a big no-no (we saw 2 Americans getting booked for jay walking), and religion playing a strong role in many people’s daily lives. Reportedly 95% of Poles are Roman Catholics (probably far lesser percent actually practice though!). There are images and souvenirs everywhere of Karol ...
... some of the most nororious camps frozen in time, getting the tactile feel of the air, the weather, the environment, seeing with his own eyes the tools of evil; stacy and i felt that with the supevision of trusted teachers and accompanying survivors who could narrate the experience it would, although not a happy journey, be one that could teach him so many vital lessons. Some things simply can't be learned in a textbook, or even though someone else's eyes. Speaking as ...
... we found no theatre masks, we enjoyed a crisp autumn day in a beautiful setting. People were everywhere drinking out of sippy cups, eating in the outdoor restaurants, and enjoying walks around town. I came across a sign that read, Circle of Gentlemen. This caught my eye. I wasn't sure why it was there. I couldn't help but think of my group of ...