Grand Sal Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Sal Hotel Wieliczka
a bit far from Krakow
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... to be hundreds of stairs. I remember looking up at one point and each set is numbered and we were at 50. It seemed endless. Our tour was a little over 3 hours which was full or walking through the mines, and we didn't even come close to seeing it all. The deepest part That we were at and I remember was 360 feet/110 meters. The pictures on my phone didn't come out great but my camera got some good ones. All ...
... Crane Tower could lift 2000kg from the riverboats, and was operated by men walking inside huge drums to work the winch, much like mice running around inside a wheel. We took our usual free city guided walk but quite unusually, there were just the two of us, and our guide took us to areas in Gdansk not frequented by tourists, such as Fortress Hill which was used by Napoleon, and the Gdansk shipyards, which is now only ...
... be up early once again to pack up, have breakfast and get ourselves to the airport as we have a flight to Berlin for what is our last full day of the trip.
The day after we will be getting a train to Frankfurt and the horror that is the impending 24+ hour journey back to Sydney via Dubai.
I can only hope for a miracle of a free upgrade to business class (yes, I'm a dreamer!).
Looking forward to spending some time (albeit brief) in Berlin again!
... shop in one of the rooms. A couple of us found that the room containing a bar was more to our liking and we finished our tour with a beer deep underground. Thankfully the trip back to the surface was by elevator and we didn’t have to climb all the stairs that we had taken down. The trip on the bus back into Krakow was not as easy as the trip out though. Not sure what the reason was but for some reason there was a traffic jam on ...
... before the first partition of Poland in the 18th century. This salt mine is the only one in the world where it has been preserved in such pristine condition. The mine is comprised of nine levels, its original excavations stretch for a total of 300 kilometers, reaching a depth of 327 meters. The mine shows all stages of development of mining technology over the years. It is for this reason that UNESCO declared Wieliczka’s Salt Mines on its ...