Best Western Premier Hotel- Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... colour to the dish than flavour I thought, but overall very tasty.
The rain diminished to a light drizzle around lunchtime and by mid afternoon had stopped completely. The temperature has dropped below 30 for the first time in a week so I took advantage and went for an exploratory walk. Turned right at the end of the street into Starowislna and followed it to Krakow's Main Market Square.
The first thing I passed was a gothic church with a stepped ...
... many styles of architecture. It looked a bit odd but it did work well together. From here we continued to the main courtyard. This was really impressive. Unfortunately half of it got ruined in a fire but the managed to rebuild it. This was probably my favourite part of the tour. The last part of our tour was the dragon which symbolises Krakow. The steel constructed dragon spits out fire every three minutes. It wasn't too impressive.
After the tour I met a nice couple ...
... the legend goes that if you sit on it you will have good luck in love for the rest of your life) so of course I went and had a good long sit on the bench (we will see if it works). From here we walked through some more chambers and came out in a shopping area. They sold all types of salt from rocks to rock salt and bath salts and salt lamps and clocks. We made our way past the salt to an open area. There was a children’s dance competition was going on. As it turns out ...
... where there were over 300 barracks. What remains is how it was left – many of the buildings now sinking into the ground, squalid barracks with small wooden bunks with space for 1 but slept 10 or more, and all of the bigger gas chambers blown up or demolished to the ground by the Nazis as the Soviets advanced to try and cover up their crimes. Despite seeing all of this in front of me, it didn’t really sink in for me as we were walking around the barracks. It wasn’t ...
... the 'Wawel Castle' first up on the hill and wandered around there enjoying the atmosphere.
I was lucky enough to purchase a lovely original Water Colour of the 'The Main Square, Krakow' in the rain, so a very appropriate purchase after our horrendous thunderstorm we encountered the other day.
With little time, but we still managed to visit the 'Jewish Quarter'.
Had lunch in a little Polish Cafe of more soup. Loving their varieties of broth based ...