Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... good pic of the TV Tower (I figured I would have many opportunities), so I headed back to Alexanderplatz by train. In the middle of the Platz (aka. Square) there were a bunch of vendor stalls, food places and of course of beer garden. I am not sure if all this stuff is permanently set up or not - but works for me! There were even these guys selling bratwurst from a stand-up kiosk - literally strapped to them with some sort of grill. I would love to see these guys at a ball game!!! Haha.
... for any rain this time (no thongs and a rain coat). We started with the "Old Town" tour, which visits the various monuments and notable buildings in the main tourist area of Krakow, and bits of it were interesting but the tour guide didn't really engage us. She wasn't as funny as tour guides we've had, and we spent too long at each location. The rain was on and off, sometimes really heavy, and eventually the tour ended at Krakow Castle, so we made our ...
... the smallest of all the synagogues and is still currently an active orthodoz congregation. It was undergoing some construction so was hard to get a complete feel of what it looked like but you can see some of the artwork.
Behind the shul was the cemetery where many famous people from Krakow were buried. There are many tombstones that had been destroyed by the nazis but they were able to save many and many gravesites are visited by the community ...
... and why their is a minority of dived opinions about his status.
We then detoured past the supermarket on the way home, cook up some delicious spag bol and went to sleep in a snore free environment !!
Thursday marked the first organized tour of our trip, where we are picked up, dropped off with a tour guide and dropped home ! We loved the experience of not having to get ourselves from A to B but more importantly we loved the awe ...
... been teaching us Polish all day took us to our bus and we made our way to the salt mines, 3 hour tour of the salt mines which was great its amazing how they carve the chapels and statues out of salt, I liked a few walls they say you are allowed to lick up 5 Kgs of salt but I didn't quite get my money's worth lol. Then back on the bus and headed to a pub where we had the most delicious drink which tasted like Apple Pie delicious! ...