David Boutique Hotel
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We wandered past some market booths and then made our way back towards the hostel passing by restaurants, stores and souvenir shops.
We relaxed again at the hostel and went to bed at a decent time so that we would be energized for the walking tour we plan to do tomorrow. Good Krakow Tours (similar company to Good Prague Tours we used in Prague). Walking at 10:30 till 1:00 in the hot sun, can't say I am 100% excited about it.
... says. Again just enough information to absorb some and tune out the story telling. Pszczyna was the stop to change remaining Czech crowns to Polish zloty. Not a lot in this small town except a statue to Daisy a socialite from England who married Hans Heinrich XV and came to live in Poland. She was active in social endeavours. Lunch was at Piano Nobile. A lovely restaurant - very elegant and modern inside - not ...
... monstrosity that was the camps.
The trip I booked was arranged so the bus would pick me up and drop my off at the hostel. It would take me to both parts and admission was included with my ticket.
So at 8 am on Monday I stood outside my hostel waiting for the bus to come. Once it did we watched a movie about the camps on the way there. When we pulled into the lot, I could not believe I had actually gotten here. I was in an awe of the place. It had an eerie feel ...
2 minutes of added time were announced, and they seemed set to fizzle out without any action. The ball went behind for a goal kick "that will be that I thought to myself", the game in danger of being my first 0-0 on the road and not living too long in the memory. The keeper then boots the ball up the pitch, and makes it's way out for a corner, which the referee said there was time for. "Imagine the scenes if this goes in" I said to Sophie. At the last minute I decide to ...
... than going to the castle. It was about an hour drive in a private van and then the tour of the mine that took us through the most popular areas of the mine.
Description from www.wieliczka-saltmine.com/:
Magnificent chambers chiselled out in rock salt. Amazing underground saline lakes, majestic timber constructions and unique statues sculpted in salt. Almost 3 kilometres of meandering corridors, 800 steps to climb of which 350 have to be descended to ...