Gessler Hotel Francuski
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... at a Polish place on Miodowa in Kazimierz called Sasiedzi. There's a deck with a glass ceiling from which hang white parasols and large glass doors that open onto a lovely courtyard with terracotta walls and exposed wooden beams. The lighting is subdued, provided by large standing lamps made from white paper cylinders white paper. Some tables have candles in tall glass holders. Others (like mine) have little Art Deco style lamps that cast a soft warm glow around the table. ...
... which WAI visited in the distant past, are still a quality experience, and that the tour has been expanded since our last visit.
Our next project was hotel research. Krakow has been a concern in this regard due to the extreme difficulty we had even finding two rooms for our scouting trip. We stopped at several prospects on the outskirts of Old Town with nominal results, nothing too exciting and availability for 2016 was already ...
... it is certainly unique.
Our second day, the weather had taken a turn for the worse and it was very cold and raining sideways. We were less than impressed when a youth stole Dom's newly purchased umbrella (bloody kids)…However, our day was very brightened when we met a Danish man during our lunch who was so inebriated he could barely speak. He informed us that his wife sent him to Krakow for his birthday. Additionally, he was ...
... I did take photos, but have managed to break my iPad so I will not have photos until I can organise some from Sarina.
We have decided that Krakow is the place of ambulances! I swear, I don't believe I have ever heard and seen as many ambulances with their sirens blaring as we did in Krakow. We think that one of the reasons may be is that the trams stop in the middle of the road and people have to get off into moving ...
... during these long periods of standing with no food or bathroom. Next we were shown where medical experiments were done on the prisoners, mainly women and twins/triplets, and where they were murdered just so post-mortems could be done on their bodies. There was a court yard where they used to do hanging torture where the prisoners arms were tied painfully behind them. We went down into the cells and saw the standing cells which have a tiny entrance ...