Hotel Fortuna Bis
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... tender Grilled wild Sea bass fillet, coated in buckwheat flour. Its crispy skin perfectly done, with baby roasted zucchini on the side. The sweet potato chips stood out in taste and added a pleasant note of colour to the already inviting presentation.
BEVERAGE: My friend had the Gosigna C******nay, (House wine) –creamy softness on the palate with a sweet finish, but ...
... Not sure why, but it may simply be where my “eye” is drawn to these days. So the lines, shapes, contrast between old and new, clouds and blue sky as canvas for the “painting” of the buildings and reflections on glass all grabbed my attention. Spent Saturday and Sunday just relishing the sights, sounds, and odors of the city. The intermittent rain provided a wonderful palette for visual capture.
Paul showed up Sunday evening and after ...
... were still there and we had a chance to go into one of them. There were three levels of beds. The bunks were no longer than a single bed. They would all have to lay on their sides so they could squeeze 10 ladies in. Whoever got the top bunk was "luckier" than those on the bottom ones because all the feces would drip down from the top bunks.
This trip was such a humbling experience. It makes me happy for the family that I have. I don't think there would be a way for me to ...
... my nostrils we arrived at the lovely time of 6am. We had a mission to find our hostel next and kept bumping into the Dutch girls out of our bunker, they were struggling too. They were heading to Auschwitz, I didn't want to go being as fragile as I felt knowing I would be an emotional ball of snot so we waited until the next day. Little did I know id be visiting there twice over the next month. We went out to find food and all we could find was kebabs. I ...
Being there and seeing how small the railroad cars were that transported 80 people, without food, water or bathroom facilities was beyond comprehension. We were especially stuck by the level of psychology that was used to keep people from panicking.
We returned to Krakow around 3, with time for a few of us to take a cab to the Schindler Factory Museum. I was still feeling tired and sore from the hike, but decided ...