Aparthotel Maly Krakow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and Americanos. Soon however, we had to get up and do some sight-seeing.
We walked around the city-centre, enjoying the very different architecture style of the churches. Many of them are made of brick and are really incredible. We also wandered through the "cloth market" which, much to my chagrin did not contain even one tiny piece of cloth (I needed some to patch my jeans). Instead, the market contained Polish nick-nacks of all sorts. We spent ...
... see from the pictures was amazing, annoyingly we got there too late to enter any of the exhibitions but still enjoyed wondering around the gardens. The weather at this point changed rapidly to around 34 degrees glorious sunshine to light rain and a huge thunder storm with massive lighting bolts hitting the floor only a few hundred metres away from us. We then checked out this famous fire breathing dragon ...
... few hours in a picturesque park close by to he hostel before returning to our room to nap, too hot for our pale unfit bodies. After napping we were hoping for the free dinner we had heard so much about, and put our names down to eat. We hung around in one of the 2 chill out areas, checking up on the kitchen every so often but somehow me missed dinner; no idea how! Disappointing that we didn't get told people were eating or even have some food saved. Thank god for ...
... of herbal Vodka. Then I gave all my remaining Zloty ( the Polish currency- no Euros accepted) to the violinist in Market Square. I had seen so much and done so much. It was like a dream. If you never visit Krakow, you are missing something. It is a spiritual journey to go to Pope John Paul II’s birthplace and to visit Czestochowa. The churches in Krakow, all reflect the history of the city, indeed the country. Poland’s place in history and learning ...
Trains are beautiful. But trains are hard.
Every single time I catch a train to a new city I am concerned that the person whom I have purchased my ticket from did understand my probably incomprehensible attempts at Polish or Russian.
And as I cannot read the ticket I have no way of being sure I am at the right platform at the right time.
I've been very lucky so far, I suppose. The charm of ...