Hotel & Revue Imperium
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Took our time a little bit this morning and enjoyed the hotel breakfast. WOW, it was impressive and exceptionally well presented. We enjoyed some smoked fish and some other different things for a change. We won't be needing any lunch today!
Here for 3 nights so we did a bit of washing and tidying. If there is one thing I'm definitely NOT missing, it's housework and cooking etc :)
We left at 10.30 for the 15km drive to Wieliczka Salt Mine. Tomas had ...
Today was a more full day. We started off by doing a walking tour of the Jewish quarter, which ended at shinndlers factory. Then we walked about an hour to the Kosciusko mound. It's an Artificial mound built in 1820 to commemorate Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a recently deceased military hero. It had a beautiful view of the city. After this Robyn and I went to our waxing appointment which took soooo long. I wanted to just do it the next day so we wouldn't be rushing- but she wanted ...
... many of them students. The buses are cheap and easy to use, the weather is nice, the icecream is delicious so walking from place to place is fun.
Have I had any interesting experiences?
Well, I got hit on by one Polish guy in the street, I don't know if that counts. He was nice and did a lot of talking (pleasant change from Ireland). I've also been hugged by two people in bear costumes, looked around a palace, gotten told ...
After my long trip trip through Africa I've been just relaxing, having fun with my cousins and eating the world's best home-cooked meals in Poland. I'm so happy to be back in Poland with everyone! We celebrated Michal's & Asia's (2 of my cousins) 5th birthdays today so there were a lot of kids around. I think I consumed about 25 pierogies in one sitting (at ...
Our first full day in Krakow and after the Salt Mines, we take to the country to visit the ancestral villages of our father's parents. These are the villages of Medrzechow and Kupienen about 80 km east of Krakow. We took a quick visit down the country roads to see the towns, about 4 miles in all, and then went to the cemetery in Medrzechow. There we found a mausoleum for Michael Swiatek, dad's ...