Gessler Hotel Francuski
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... Apparently the president at the time of the second world war ordered Polish soldiers out of the city, as he wanted to preserve it's beautiful buildings, and knew only too well the destructive capabilities of the invading Germans. Fortunately this worked and his peaceful surrender helped in preserving the old town, at least what was remaining at that time was kept.
Also next to the old city gate was the first McDonalds store in Krakow. Now there ...
... of the cities medieval fortifications surrounded by a moat, which has now been filled and most of the walls and towers demolished. We took the Royal Route from the Barbican and Florianska gate (the only remaining medieval fortifications) through the Rynek and past many beautiful old buildings to Wawel Castle.
Wawel Royal castle is the crown jewel of Krakow, and Poland. Year after year of King and dynasty lived in the iconic castle towering over the river. We didn’t ...
... more time and we headed back out to Marian's place for Sunday lunch which is what was planned after our morning in any case. So disapponted we had wasted their time but more so the fact we missed out on seeing Andrzej again and also the sightseeing side of things.
They only allow women of the public in to the Convent 10 times a year, whereas men have no restrictions.
In order for these women to become a Nun in this Convent they vow to stay silent and remain there in prayer ...
... as soon as we arrived to kind of get our bearings. We went to a delicious little restaurant for dinner. We had an entree, a main and 2 beers and it cost me $24 NZD. Woohoo. My main was weird but good. The goulash in bread was beyond delicious. There is a tale of how a man saved the town by playing the trumpet when people were coming to attack. He died during the attack so to remember him and his warning the play the trumpet on ...
... next dish out as soon as you have finished the previous one. wethrn sat around fir a while discussing what music we were going to play when it was our turn to play dj on the bus. we had to play a song that describes us, our pump up song, snuggle song, song to be played at our funeral and a song we should be ashamed of liking. this was going to ge a challange as I dont lusten to much music and I had left my mp3 in dubai. we then all went for ...