Best Western Hotel Galicya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... flavoured with that distinctive sizzle and aroma. The food of the Olive is absolutely stellar, prepared with passion and dedication. What I had was as near perfect as you are likely to get….excellent, natural ingredients; very well prepared, beautifully presented and perfectly proportioned. Thank you guys for making my dining experience one to remember. It is undoubtedly Krakow's best dining ...
... food, friendly citizenry and interesting history. I highly recommend it! I was a bit concerned about communication, but as is true of many European countries, English was pretty much spoken everywhere we went (I so wish I had another lifetime to learn at least 5 more languages!). But, yes, final word—go to Krakow if you loved and miss the Europe of the 80s!! Don’t miss: Old Jewish part of town, Schindler’s factory/museum, Coffee Cargo around ...
After having a well rested night in a hotel in Runcorn, we got up had a delicious breakfast and headed to the airport in Liverpool to head to Krakow. This is the way it is traditionally spelled but the English spell it like this: Crakow.
After having to check out bags instead of taking them as carry-ons, getting through security after having my phone swabbed, (just in case I had drugs with me), and getting a little lost on the way to the gate, ...
... appreciate why people aren't going crazy over Polish cuisine. Egg soup happens here. In England you would never serve pasta without a sauce so that has been baffling. We went out to eat in a restaurant which was home cooked. 'Cooked by Grandma' was it's slogan. After getting the food wrong twice, grandma was either overworked, didn't give a toss or was suffering from early onset Dementia. Katie spotted a picture on the wall and shouted out 'Aww it's a picture of grandma!' ...
... a native German, and was both a member of the Nazi Party and an employee of the Abwehr, which was the Nazi Intelligence Agency. Before World War II, Schindler moved to Krakow to work as a German spy, and when the war broke out in 1939, he obtained the enamelware factory. Schindler was drawn to the factory because he believed that this was a business investment would be financially beneficial, especially since he could exploit cheap Jewish labor. He was ...