Grand Sal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Sal Hotel Wieliczka
a bit far from Krakow
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... So it was off to the nearby Hotel Grand Salt for soup or pasta. I had a delicious white horseradish soup.
I chose not to take the mine tour for two reasons, I do not like confined spaces and I have a blister on balls of each foot from my 18 km of walking around Budapest. Instead I sat at a table enjoying a coffee, a Grilled Polish sausage and writing the first part of todays blog.
We arrived at our Hotel ...
Right... I've finally had enough of discovering that people I 'thought' were getting the blog... have NOT been getting the blog.
So this is a test post (that I will delete in 1 weeks time)
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After a little Christmas Day sleep in, we breakfasted on beautiful muesli and yoghurt and pastries gathered the previous day from a little French Patisserie in Wenceslas Square. Well fed and watered and all wearing the obligatory Christmas jumpers Bon and I had purchased in London - thank you Camden Town markets and Primark - we gathered around our tiny tree bought in Krakow by Lily and decorated with a few baubles from London and from Prague, and ...
The salt mine only stopped mining 7 years ago. We climb down 800 steps into the salt mine chambers where 3 workers carved statue s in their spare time after work. We go through the mine chambers on different levels, 65 metres underground 93 metres then 120 metres then 145 metres underground. There are corridoors everywhere and we have to be careful not to get lost. We saw how ...
... River running through the centre, and during WWII, the city was almost completely destroyed. Several old city sites we passed still haven't been cleared or built on, but the historic quarter has been restored magnificently to look as the city must have appeared before the war. The Old Town riverbank was full of restaurants and visitors, and with the backdrop of colouful restored buildings, it was quite a sight. ...