Novotel Krakow City West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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The drive to Oswiecim where Auschwitz-Birkenan Museum and Concentation camps are located took about about 1.5 hours. There were seven of us on the tour. A Scottish couple, an American couple and a Japanese businessman. We were all staying at the Novotel.
We had a female Polish tour guide who spoke excellent English and had an extensive …
The train trip south from Warsaw to Kraków took approximately 2.5 hours. The landscape is completely different from the area west of Warsaw. There are still the lush green farmlands but it is much more undulating with many forests. The towns and farm houses are larger, more modern and more colourful.
A few days ago we booked and paid on- …
... and looked down to the level of the old entrance. Then walked across the square to the oldest department store, built in the middle ages. It was funny to see a knife hanging at the top of the entrance, placed there as a warning to any potential thieves. Come in here and steal and you will have to deal with some painful consequences!
Just prior to the tour starting we had wandered inside the St Marys cathedral (actually I think it's a ...
... great apartment in a perfect location walking distance from everything.
After the first few days, I was worried Krakow was going to be a repeat of our first Prague stint, with some very ordinary weather. I’m sure I have said this before, but in the rainy overcast weather, the cities of Eastern and Central Europe really do look so grey and drab, and even depressing and grim. I was very pleased when after the first day and a half the sun came out. It really makes ...
... us in the butt for that one, so we managed to track someone down to pay.
With one more museum on Jase’s list for the day, we wandered across town via the central market square, stopping for a coffee and headed to the Gestapo Headquarters in Pormoska Street, now converted into a museum of Polish oppression. It was a very interesting presentation and we both learnt more about the plight of the Polish people from the date of their declared independence ...