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An exquisite hotel. It is like staying in a mini stately home. Our room had a gorgeous sitting room. But the amazing staff make the place. They could not be more helpful, courteous, friendly, obliging and accommodating. Everyone was delightful. The hotel was delightful. It is a haven in a busy city.
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By now, the fun novelty of road travel in Poland has well and truly worn off, especially since the day was hot and draining. The journey from Lublin to Krakow was mostly single track, so we had to endure our usual quota of bullying black cars and suicidally overtaking black cars. There were very many villages and small towns along the way, where we …
It is time to meet Odilo Globocnik.
He was a thoroughly odious and detestable character, described variously as "the vilest individual in the vilest organisation" and "the worst man in the world". Even Rodolf Hoess, the commandant of Auschwitz and not a very man himself, was shocked by Globocnik and his "fantastic and fanciful plans". He was a …
... br> Our second day in Krakow we visited the Wieliczka Salt Mine... WOW! Did not know what it expect and this tour was sooo neat. During our 3 hour tour underground we only visited 1% of the mine.. This place is massive!! Everything underground was salt... you could lick the floors, walls, and ceiling if you wanted because salt kills bacteria.. about 2000 people walk through the mine each day! WOWZA.
... of our most beautiful and dearest friend and neighbour, Gosia Bartkowski. The city can best be described as a spectre of a proud debutante wearing a pretty petticoat, with the vestiges of a beautiful ball gown hauntingly glimpsed through sideway glances. Old elegant buildings, parks and bridges abound, mixed in with many ugly Soviet-era no-nonsense infrastructure, most of which has been left to decay. The juxtaposition is quite ...
... suitcases and then rush to Stansted.
Several hours later I arrived into Krakow on what was a grey and miserable day pouring down with rain. As I took my transfer into town I gazed at all the buildings whizzing by. I will be honest and say that my first impressions were not the greatest, everything seemed so grey and dull but I guess there isn't a city in the world that looks at its best in bad weather.
I checked into my hostel which was small and ...