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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pugetow Krakow
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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Monday August 17, 2015
Room 206, Metropolitan Boutique Hotel, Krakow
The taxi I ordered met me at the rank next to Sigismund’s Column as arranged at 7.45am. The trip to the central train station took about 15 minutes and cost less than 20PLN. I'd initially tried to get a first class ticket (which cost 195PLN) but these were all sold out. Second class costs 135PLN but all the window seats were already booked so I had to settle for an aisle. There was an English ...
... for the next few days. We visited Schonbrunn Palace Gardens, the Naschmarkt, walked around the city center, and indulged in a champagne carriage ride through the middle of town. Linda left early Sunday morning, Tim and I crashed, and Anna returned from Budapest in time for dinner on Monday, packed and flew home early Tuesday morning. Now, Tim is getting ready to go to Budapest for two weeks and I am in full preparation mode for our next big adventure - Tuscany!
... by the Russian army in 1945. We had been imagining that the experience today was going to be quite gruesome, but while the events that went on here certainly were, the museum has been done really tastefully. Walking through some of the buildings and knowing that so many people had been mentally & physically tortured & murdered, seeing photos of the registered prisoners on the walls, ...
... off first to see if there were still free tickets available for the underground museum. It is supposed to be a pretty neat place with bones and spooky stuff like that. It is a small place and they only let a few people in on regular schedules. We were supposed to call for a ticket, but we did not have a phone. Unfortunately it must have been a popular day for the museum because all the tickets were sold out when we got there. Oh well. To make up for it we picked up ...
... the Jewish population today is around 13 thousand.
The town is very pretty with a castle (Wawel castle), river and town square. We spent the morning just walking around and taking it in. It was evident that the weather was changing as the leaves on the trees were of all different colours. Europe is amazing at showing off the seasons, Autumn looks more picturesque here than back home. Unfortunately we had to leave Krakow quickly as we had a ...