Grand Sal Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Sal Hotel Wieliczka
a bit far from Krakow
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... on through the Polish countryside wit its rolling hills and many small villages we passed through Mszana Dolna and Dobczyce. Arriving at the later just as mid day mass finished, filling the streets with cars and pedestrians.
We reached Wieliczka about 1:30pmand the rest of the group booked on the 2:30pm 3 hour tour of the World Heritage Listed Salt Mine.
... culture and history, but very familiar and assuring as being a progressive and understanding place in this world. I spent my time on the Jewish Quarter streets bouncing from place to place, watching the locals enjoy their time, and listen to live music in some of the pubs. I often say 'I'll be back', but the likelihood of that is often unlikely. I can say Kraków would definitely be on the list of those I hope in keeping that ...
Very interesting city, especially as we went on a 'street art' walking tour instead of the normal one like all the other city's.. I was slightly underwhelmed with how little street art there actually was but it was still very cool and the lady still knew a lot about the history of the area ...
... is said to be pollutant-free and good for asthmatic patients. Even though the tour was rather lengthy with roughly 3 kilometers of walking, it only covers 1% of the entire mine, which goes to show the vastness of this salt mine. Thankfully there is a mine elevator to return visitors to the surface, although it was extremely cramped in the elevator with only nine persons allowed per elevator up the surface.
... good) being the mainstays. We were also experts in Polish beer which is about a full 1% stronger here than most other places. So, with the food and drink ticked off it's time to jog on yet again.... well sit on a train at least, as we head to Berlin for a few days where we will team up with some familiar faces in Renee (Simone's sister) and her husband Michael! I can taste the pretzels and bratwurst already.... What? They serve beers in 1 litre glasses there? Oh go ...