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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Good staff, friendly and informative
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No excursions or activities to post today. I didn't find out until the day rolled on, but many of the in-town sites are closed on Mondays. Schindler's Factory and Wawel Castle were the two I wanted to see today; but no worries, they'll still be there later in the week. Tomorrow is the big day, the trip out to Auschwitz. It makes me feel... well, …
... and has now been turned into a kind of museum, with almost everything being made out of salt - the walls, the floor, the chandeliers and the statues - which we licked them to check. In the middle of the tour we found a salt lake which we were told used to be used for tourists arriving on a boat. However in the 1920s, one boat capsised, and become of the saltiness of the lake, those who were trapped beneath the boat couldn't dive ...
... took the maximum 22 people and we had a five hour trip with no toilet stops through the rural countryside of Poland. The lend seemed to be quite productive and their was little evidence of poverty. There were McDonalds signs everywhere and even Wild Bean Cafés. In Lublin we pulled into a vey busy mini bus terminal and got a taxi to the gate to the Old a Town. We walked to the market square where a high wire carnival was in progress. Our apartment was above a ...
... developed a sudden (well, not quite) craving for mutton biryani...but it wasn't on the menu!!! What self-respecting Indian restaurant doesn't have biryani on its menu??! We walked through some back streets to the Jewish Quarter, and to a quaint little square with (Jewish?) girls inviting us to join them for food and klezmer (Hava Nagila type music); the only restaurant with no girls touting its fare was ...
... of empty chairs, each of which represent 1000 victims (presumably from Krakow). Onward along the river we headed, eventually winding back into town past Wawel Hill again. Ending up in the town square again, this was an opportunity to do some tourist shopping, and try the local food at the Christmas markets. The Polish sausage was very nice! Freshening up at the hotel, we found a nice Mexican restaurant not far from the town square. An excellent ...