Hotel RT Galicya
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Nico-voyageur stayed here on Mar 12, 2013 during their trip titled: Voyage en Europe 2013.
Today started early at 5.30am, we had to get ready for our taxi pick up at 6.15am. Our last trip through Berlin and off to the airport. (Personally I have to say that Berlin airport was very unimpressive!)
The flight from Berlin to Krakow was only 45min, barely enough time for cabin crew to serve refreshments, and then we were ...
... grab some lunch. I had a bowl of Zurek, a traditional “sour soup” made of rye and potatoes and sausages with other vegetables. It was very tasty, and just what I needed as it had begun to drizzle slightly during our walking tour. Ruthy told me about the places she had visited, and about her Mexican/Jewish heritage. After lunch, we walked around the main square again before starting our second walking tour through the Jewish district. ...
... room only. Pete was taller than the bus which meant he'd be looking forward to crouching over that whole time!! Luckily a seat emerged at almost the next stop which meant no more hunching for Pete. I on the other hand was fine but soon remembered how I get bus sick! Pete offered up his chair but I knew travel sick was not going anywhere, so no point in us both suffering! I instead sat on the floor ...
... of the Russians which lasted until 1989!
With the end of the day and our time in Krakow fast approaching I just had one last thing to try – cherry vodka. A traditional version of this flavoured booze, I’m sure tastes a lot better than the supermarket version I subjected us too, but with money running low and a couple of hours to kill back at the camper to seemed to be the best option – just not for our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking