Crown Piast Hotel & Park
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... crafts and of course lots of Gluhwein.
It seemed that everyone was warming themselves up with the Gluhwein- a warm mulled wine full of spices and deceptively benign tasting. As I walked around Market Square, laughter and music filled the air; fashionable women and well-dressed men were walking hand in hand. It really is the place to see and be seen. I wandered in and out of numerous little coffee houses- each with its own personality, down spiral staircases ...
... Children's pet monster since its unveiling in 1972, the sinewy creature is
the creation of Krakow's maverick artist Bronislaw Chromy. The sculpture spurts fire on demand via a SMS message!! Who'd-a-thought!
We had a wonderful time combing every inch of the Royal Castle and met up with Gregg & Lauren for lunch back in Town Square. There was music and buskers and the place was ...
... on our own (without a guide tour and using public means of transportation). While analyzing both alternatives the good thing about the first option was that it was easy and comfortable (3 hours with a professional guide tour) and it wasn´t so expensive (PLN 80 per student). On the other hand it was a really short visit because it lasted only 3 hours. The second option was a little bit more difficult because it involved waking up really early to get the first bus to ...
... enjoyed the Apple Pie. Really impressed by Krakow itself. Hadn't known what to expect, and had wrongly assumed it would be austere and drab. The old town where we spent our time was truly beautiful and well preserved with stunning architecture, a lot of it quite baroque in appearance. The main square was immense, surrounded by pavement cafes, restaurants and authentic Polish strip clubs : ) lost count of the number of times we were asked if we wanted to see some ...
... camp kitchen, which was a fairly subpar setup, but sufficient for our needs. The campground did, however, have an awesome bar setup with live music every night. So we had a beer and rocked out for a bit before crashing out.
The next morning, I woke up feeling a bit average. My back and legs were aching and I had a headache. I put it down to the long drive the day before and tried to ignore it. So we jumped on a tram and went into Prague city proper. Prague is huge, ...
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