Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... waiting for the other guys at our apartment.
Feeling very lazy/hungover we missed the start of the pub crawl and ended up going back to the Karaoke bar for more growling, 70% and dancing with the homeless man outside.
The following day was our last in the city, and after dropping our bags at the luggage storage in the station, we headed on the train to the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
The Salt Mine is incredibly old and ...
... of camps (Auschwitz I, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Auschwitz III) run by the Nazis between 1940 and 1945- more than 40 in all. But the original camp in Oswiecim, chosen both for its remoteness from Krakow and its easy train access, is the current site of a national museum and memorial.
Auschwitz is approximately a 90 minute bus ride from Krakow- we caught an 8am express to the museum after being warned that any individual visitor arriving after 10am is forced ...
... where the busker was playing the saw yesterday. Weathered statues looked down on the scene. Photos were taken around the castle and in a street where memorabilia for Pope John Paul could be viewed. Krakow Old Town stands up as one of the best in Europe. People on the street are polite except for some spruikers for tours. When you say "no"'they just smile and say "perhaps tomorrow". Not pushy. A well spoken taxi driver took us to the bus station. Here we boarded a mini bus for ...
... play your standard pop/dance music. The bars in the Jewish district, Kazimierz, are talked up. I've only had a few chances to go out there so far, but so far so good.
-Polish food is ok. Your standard Eastern European mix of potatoes, cabbage, meat. But Krakow is growing more and more cosmopolitan, so there are options if you're craving something different.-One thing I am constantly disappointed in is Krakow's bakeries. It's not that ...
... suitcases and then rush to Stansted.
Several hours later I arrived into Krakow on what was a grey and miserable day pouring down with rain. As I took my transfer into town I gazed at all the buildings whizzing by. I will be honest and say that my first impressions were not the greatest, everything seemed so grey and dull but I guess there isn't a city in the world that looks at its best in bad weather.
I checked into my hostel which was small and ...