Hotel B.A.S. Villa Residence
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... hosted a street art festival with performers from across Europe).
Later that afternoon, we caught up with my dad’s sister (Lucyna) and her son Darek and his wife Maja. It was lovely to see then again – my cousin Darek is huge at 6ft6", and his wife is about 5ft2” a cute couple. Paul enjoyed catching up with them too, as both Darek and Maja speak English really well and Paul was able to chat with them for ...
... early. It was just dawn, and I decided to go for a run! Everyone would be in bed, a great time for a run. Maybe I could slyly pick up some garbage. No-one would see me. I quickly got ready and ran outside.
It was a miracle! The streets were totally spotless. I was flabbergasted! I honestly could not believe my eyes. Then lo and behold, I spotted a runner, then another! The world was suddenly shiny and bright.
I left Krakow the following day. I purchased ...
... Elle and I shared a bottle of wine and the boys all had beers. We arrived at the meeting point for the pub crawl early, but again, there was no one there. Harry thought one group met at his hostel, so we went back there to suss it out. In their common room, a bunch of people were singing terrible karaoke and doing vodka tasting. We ran into Amy and Sam again. Natan and Sam performed a heart-renching version of My Heart Will Go On, then everyone left together for a ...
... curmudgeon if you ask me but it turns out he is a 94 year old Holocaust survivor and passionate exponent of traditional folk styles. He is considered a living treasure. I did a considerable bit of wandering for the rest of the afternoon and some queuing at the train station booking by tickets to Budapest too. Peter found a gem of a restaurant for dinner on the outskirts of the old town. Lovely. Safely tucked in bed now and hoping there will be less late night revellers to wake us up ...
... we are really excited about watching it. We could see that this part of the city is full of Jewish restaurants but our guide pointed out that none of them is actually Jewish and that their owners are just Polish people trying to make some profit (by offering the typical Jewish pork meat…haha).
The Jewish quarter, besides keeping alive many of the Jewish buildings like the old synagogue, cemetery, Tempel Synagogue and Jewish community center, is a part of ...