Best Western Premier Hotel- Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... before leaving the camp, the Germans blew up many of the buildings to try to hide the evidence. See the pictures for more info about what all I saw.
If you can’t tell, I am struggling to decide what to talk about and how to describe what I saw. I honestly don’t think I’ll ever be able to truly explain my thoughts and feelings about it. One thing that bothered me, however, was the fact that many times while I was being told stories ...
... So once settled, we just went wandering.The Main Square is just one stop along the Royal Way, which leads to the Wawel Castle. It has all the requisite pigeons, flowersellers, musicians, clocktower, flirting teenagers, bored old men, thirsty tourists, same as St. Mark's, but it's an easier feel, less rushed, more hometown.
Our friend Dolores had advised us that that Wawel hill was the perfect place to just sit and be and look ...
... We also when to the very somber Auschwitz. It really put into perspective what happened during WW2, you could never imagine what it would have been like and just how horrible it would have been but actually being there an on the soil that it happened on was quite eye opening and ...
... an Air Berlin plane in all of Krakow. Landed in Berlin, bussed to the terminal, we were pretty hungry. Realized all the restaurants (fast food places) where closed. So we headed out the door for a cab. I bet there were 30 people waiting for cabs. Fortunately, it moved really quickly. Arrived at our apartment and the little Italian restaurant right below our balcony was open.
Finally fed, we're back at our apartment and planning our first trip to downtown Berlin ...
... non-tourist version of our dinner the night before. We arrived at this tiny diner type place with only locks inside and were treated to an amazing meal! We started with cabbage rolls which were cabbage stuffed with a rice concoction and served in a tomato sauce. Yum. Our mains were fantastic! I had a local specialty of potato cakes and goulash and it was like two giant crispy hash browns with delicious tender stew sandwiched in between. So good!! Luke ...