Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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... day we walk to the train station and make arrangement for our express from Krakow to Budapest. This requires a reservation as we plan to do an overnight train, allowing us to spend a full day in both Krakow and Budapest and not waste a day traveling. We book a sleeper car for less than our hotel room costs and are all set.
Walking back into the old town via the Moat parkway, we hire a golf cart tour guide for an hour and a half. ...
... and working of a salt mine. Some salt mine fun facts: - this mine has always been staffed by specialist tradesmen, and never by prisoners, children or slaves (that must have been only the Russian ones!). It ceased operation as a working mine in 1996. - it has been open for tourism since 1774 (yes, Poland was doing salt mine tourism 4 years after Australia was colonised) - The mine goes underneath 80% of the city of Wieliczka ...
... camp tomorrow. It's probably better this way anyway. I'm feeling pretty crummy with this sore throat. Allergies are bad too. Can only handle so much stress today.
The salt mine was pretty cool. We walked about 500 steps down to get there. Saw some salt sculptures and there was a beautiful chapel! A bride and groom were having their pics taken as we walked by. Kinda weird for a Tuesday not ...
... tour at 8. We got dropped off into the main city in Krakow and were shown the main sites until we ended up at an Irish bar before moving on to a club for a bit of a dance. We had a good night at the club, nearly everyone was dancing and having fun. We all left around 12:30, grabbed some maccas before getting a taxi ...
... bunk beds where they all crammed in to sleep at night. We saw the toilet block where they all had to go to the toilet, together, each day at the same time. There were three long rows of long drops with holes all the way down. We saw the train line and the ramp where they got off the trains sent through selection and either sent into the camp or straight to the gas chambers.
There is also a big monument to the victims of fascism. As the memorial is the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed