Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to line our bellies. The food was great and the beer even better but the main thing on everyone’s mind is the upcoming dessert, the HOUR OF POWER. In the town square we find the rest of the pub crawlers and the group is at least 100 people strong! After a photo on a statue in the town square we start our walk to the first bar and the HOUR OF POWER.
Anela gives us the inside knowledge and we set up a crew to be first in and cover the entire length of the bar. ...
... and cold outside. I have never seen so many restaurants in my life, literally dozens & dozens of them, all quite small with about 6 to 8 tables. And while we are on restaurants, we both agree that Poland so far has had the best meals, great choice, well priced and very tasty! ( especially the Pierogi's) Off to the National Museum, quite a hike across town in the rain but we had a hotel umbrella, conveniently placed in our room. We looked at Polish Decorative Art, a lot ...
... we talked about music and sang a bit. She's very good at finding the harmony in a song, just like my sister is, so I thought that was really cool. And we talked about boys and I really found she was an interesting person, which I guess becomes quite drowned out by Diana. Although it's not Diana's fault. She's very sweet and fun also.
In the evening we went grocery shopping and made some dinner and drank a bit then went out. Although out fizzled a bit. ...
... because those imprisoned in the camps were worked to death, which was sadly their freedom from the Nazis. We went into several block rooms which had been turned into exhibitions full of photographs and documents. It was like a chronological wall paper of the events that lead to the holocaust and during WW2.
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The next room, I immediately got the shivers and had to walk with my head down. A large glass dome ...
... were taking walks, playing in the park and enjoying the waters of the Danube. A beautiful downtown square was populated with many folks window shopping and enjoying dinner out. The journey to Regensburg, finding parking, eating dinner and walking around town is an example of feeling whelmed. Although enjoyable to visit a new city, all of the activity in ...