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... all offering great value. Many of the best little bars are in vaulted ceiling basements down small alleyways that are tucked out of the way, others like the one in the Grand Hotel are much easier to find. Whatever you choose to do in Kraków you will find it hard to go wrong. We flew back to the UK from Kraków airport, which is now just a (7 PLZ) 15 minute direct train journey from the central train station, with incredible memories of a super ...
... we are. Boarded the Volga Dream on Sunday 6th (i think). Viv and I managed to get the flu and spend the first 3 days in the cabin. David and Ian did the day trips. By the 4th day we were feeling better and the weather improved so we ventured off the boat for a few tours around small villages. David has been taking all the photos with the iPad as I can't hold it steady. However I would have to say he is doing a great job. We will probably have a movie in the not too distant ...
Getting On board:
Usually I am one of the first to get on board the plane but I had a totally different reaction this time that surprised me too. I was in such ease that I climbed the scale last and the air hostess closed the door seconds after I got aboard.
... chambers and learnt about the history of the camp and why it was set up. Later we finished the tour, got back on the coach and drove down the road to the Birkenou camp. This was slightly larger and we walked through this camp, seeing the railway cars, sorting point, bathrooms and more rooms. The tour ended and we got to walk around by ourselves, it was still raining at this point. I walked around then returned to the coach. The camp ...
A very long bus ride from Vilnius got us into Warsaw late at night. So in the morning began the long walkabout that is my usual routine when I travel. We first headed out to the uprising museum which was a crazy jumble of first hand account recordings and a giant heartbeat thumping in the background. It took us the longest time to figure out what the uprising was even about. ...