Farmona Hotel Business & Spa
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... approach the narrowest section so far, a cold night up here is starting to feel inevitable. The stream is confined to a 6ft channel between vertical rock where the now deep water churns and roars before dropping down a small waterfall. For the first time, the water threatens more than wet cold legs or a twisted ankle. We spend five minutes looking for a safe route, but there is none. The water is so loud we can hardly hear each other. The path ...
... been very Eco friendly and were charged not only for the water that they'd used but for the water that was drained away. Due to this showers had to be amazingly fast! So now back in Wroclaw I actually got to feel properly clean for the first time in ages! After we headed into the city for a bit of a walk and to pick up some food for tonight's dinner. The next day started off in much the same way as we enjoyed doing pretty much nothing! After lunch we attempted to recreate ...
So after waking up with a bit of a sore head, and unfortunately missing free breakfast, we decided to get up and explore krakow more. We found a lovely open market next to our hostel selling everything and anything for next to nothing. Still enjoying how cheap everything is here. We got 2 pizza breads, two huge donuts and some other bits and it all came to roughly 2 pounds. We then checked out the royal castle which ...
... was an indescribable experience. It was erie to witness and hear the stories about the terrible way 1.5 million people were treated, tortured, and killed. Also, to think this only happened 70 years ago is chilling. The recency of this massacre was actually one of the major messages we took away from the tour because our guide kept reminding us that this could happen again if someone crazy enough gains the power to do so. The tour started at Auschwitz I. This ...
... Horses and carts waited outside the old castle to do trips around giving tourists some information about the old town and polish way if life. We tried some polish doughnuts and enjoyed finding little alleys that had random artwork, graffiti, hidden bars and food away from the main streets. In the new part of town they had sky scrapers in all shapes and styles, lots of shopping centers scattered around and it just felt like a typical city. We made a little mistake with ...