Witek Hotel and Conference Centre
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... unpack and be casual instead of the rushing we sometimes do. We thought we'd go see the castle and the museums inside, but it was Saturday at noon and there were long lines. Instead, we just walked around the castle grounds and enjoyed the exterior views of the buildings and the Vistula river. At this point, we don't mind not storming the castle. We never did go back for the inside tours of the state rooms, armory, etc.
Then it ...
... a nice pizza at a place in the mall adjacent to the train station.
The night train accommodation was a small sleeper (guess who got the upper bunk, once again?) and the tracks were rough, making for a sketchy nights sleep. Surprisingly we passed through Prague on the way to Budapest...we are planning to go to Prague after Budapest...does this count as two visits to Prague? Tomorrow, Buda and Pest...
... I'll see him in Berlin when I get there.
I left them around 1pm and went back to the station to get my bags and then on to the bus station. I got my Polskibus at 2:30pm and it was a pretty easy five hour ride to Krakow. It's a shame I didn't have more time in Warsaw because it actually looked pretty nice. A few people had told me not to bother spending time in Warsaw and just get straight to Krakow, but I don't know why. I'll have to get back ...
... 2 - birkin in, where instead of 1 gas chamber there were 3, with each one being able to kill thousands at once. It was here that living conditions were unimaginable. The bar wire fences surround both camps with several large watchtowers. They had little hope of getting out. Although it was a horrible horrible place, it was a really interesting way to spend a few hours and learn about European history. We then made our way back to krakov to retrieve our bags and make ...
... but for us the Romanesque Church of Saint Andrew is arguably the most stunningly beautiful building in Krakow. Although the interior of the church has been renovated a few times over the centuries, the structure itself dates from the 11th century and is the only church in the city to have withstood a vicious Tartar attack in 1241.
Wawel Hill with all its historic buildings is equally as impressive and had been at the centre of Polish royalty and power for many years. The ...