Grand Sal Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Sal Hotel Wieliczka
a bit far from Krakow
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... and dangerous and in the dark as earlier you only had oil lamps.
There were different job types and the men did the same job every day.
People started to look for salt in the earth from the middle of the 13th century. In 15th century they started to use the first machines and since 17th century they use horses.
The horses did live in the salt mine, they were not led up and down every day.
Dangers were ...
... wood structures reminded me of giant Lincoln logs. My favorite part by far was the pope john Paul the II carving and the huge altar. It was a really great day and very entertaining. I would go back in a heart beat to see it. I think it was hard to image how far down we were. It seemed unreal that the sculptures were completely made out of salt. I really loved this trip, and looking forward to zakopane ...
... they have only been here for 1 month. Oh - here s one with seeds that I usually feed to the birds. Mind your teeth as you bite into them as they are rock *************'t say exactly what Mick did say, but "manky as F**k " were amongst them - one bite and his went in the bin. I had to eat mine because I had made such a big point that they must be nice as made by the local community. And mmmmmmm mine was ...
... and then they would go back to continue sculling whatever they had in their hands.
Every left ways we looked we were shocked by the society approved hair styles that we saw. Yes, sorry to say, but the mullet is back... Well in Krakow it is. I am not sure why Krakow has an abundance of mullets but all together we would have seen 50 to 60 mullets. It basically was a “who’s who” of business at the front, party at the back ...
... World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage back in 1978.
The Chapel of St. Kinga was the place that I was most interested in seeing. I remember my Dad telling me his impressions of when he visited this church underground that was completely built out of salt. To be able to tour the salt mine, you’re required to go with a tour guide. Jeff and I signed up with an English tour guide and waited with the group of people for our tour guide to take ...