- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... not a communist... When they locked up the social democratics, I remained silent;I was not a social democratic. ...Then they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I wasn't a Jew...When they came for me, there was no one left to speak out."
I have learned that we must remember this. We must speak up for people and stand up for those who are being bullied or treated badly.
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... at 6.30am and have been site seeing since then to make use of the time. Worse still, Greg didn't even show up in person to tell us this. He got the cleaner to come down. Not happy! Our review will reflect this. ... We got into the apartment shortly after my last post. We didn't hang around long. We thought that if we took a rest we wouldn't get up again, so like troopers we soldiered on and headed off to the train station to collect our bags. Along the way we ...
... Stiavnica. it took half and hour to get into the town as we wanted to take the scenic route....Okay we were lost again..the town was really nice, but as we arrived it started raining. It stopped for a short time and we did a quick walk around, before grabbing a couple of pizzas to munch on as we continued onward. The decision was made to punch on through to Krakow, so we settled in and took in the sights of the Alps..These ...
... meet their Polish cousins (well second cousins in Australian terms). We caught up with my Uncle Andrew (mum’s brother) and his daughter my youngest cousin who is taller than Paul! We had a great afternoon catching up and kids enjoyed playing together. Isabelle did really well speaking in Polish, although she did forget from time ...
... Battled my way through ****** Polish supermarkets, with their narrow aisles and cash-only checkouts. Went out regularly with the hostel, to the same cheap bars and mediocre clubs. Struggled through the subsequent hangovers. Hung around the breakfast room at the hostel, lingering over bread with cream cheese & chicken/salami/ham. Frequented the local bakeries, where 90% of the items seem to be sweet rather ...