Farmona Hotel Business & Spa
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... vehicle traffic, but most people wandered onto the street at any given time and the vehicles seem to give them the right of way. I past a few more churches and peeked inside one of them. No cameras allowed! Finally, I turned a corner and ahead loomed Wawel Hill. This is the site of the Royal Castle and Cathedral, which is surrounded by a large wall and looks out over the Wisla River. There are tickets for each portion of the complex, with tours of castle ...
... back for family dinner. Each night our hostel planned dinner and activity before we headed to the bars which allowed us to get to know the other travelers quickly. Dinner and breakfast were included which saved us both a lot of money that was later spent on 24 hr pierogies:).
I was immediately reminded of why I love traveling so much. It is refreshing when you meet other travels because it reminds you how open and welcoming people can actually ...
... but God Bless. Gas was cleared by guys holding flames on long sticks which seems really dangerous and the work was all manual. We see the barrels that were filled with salt and transported to the surface by horse drawn wagons. What a good outing. We are back in Kazimierz where we have another delicious market bread-pizza for lunch before collecting our bags and taking a cab (11 zlt) to the ...
... worth it; I would recommend it rather than visiting solo. The Wieliczka salt mine on the other hand really did not impress me and I would rather spend this half day in the town instead. My favorite area though has to be Kazimierz, the old Jewish district. A separate town in the older years, now a vibrant area of Krakow, combining tradition with amazing bars and restaurants. The old synagogue is a must, but the ...
... didn't buy a ticket, so they wanted to charge us 800 crowns for the fine. We were three, and we tried for 30 mintues to convince them, but they were being little *****es so we kept arguing, and they threatened to call the police. We called their bluff and told them to call em. They "fake" called the police, and when we saw police pass by in the metro station we told them to go get em. The police didn't care at all and left us with the revisors. We ended up paying 500 ...