Optima Osrodek Hotelowy
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... rest of their life.
Marian comes out to greet us with a big smile on his face. He clearly was thrilled to see Paul.
This time when I greeted Stasia I made a point of saying Hello not Goodbye.
I am sure she was thinking to herself, what is this crazy lady going to say to me today?
Veggie soup with small homemade dumplings, schnitzel and potatoes with cucumber salad and more cherry compot for our drink was our lunch today. All very tasty.
... hours long, but by far the scariest part was the elevator coming up. It was a strange ancient little contraption, which fit about 8 of us, all nose to nose- and closed with a steel accordion type gate. We were trapped and confined in a tiny space. We traveled up so noisily and bumpily. It was like a Twilight Zone episode. I honestly felt at any moment it could stop and get stuck for hours. And of course, someone would panic- not me! I decided not to attend the New ...
... It was quite nice but could've done with a bit of sauce. We then walked about half an hour to the main square, but still had time to kill before our next meeting time so we shopped in the market. Then we walked to the castle for our next meeting point for the salt mines tour. It was about 30mins drive to the mines. The tour went for around 2 hours. It was cool to see all the inside of the salt mines but it went for just ...
... day I took myself off the The Schindler's Factory Museum, which was the historical account of Krakow during WW2. It was very interesting although the exhibits had lots & lots of reading which was a bit taxing on my brain after a while, but I did learn a lot! I wish I had paid more attention in history class at school!
The plan for our last day in Krakow was to comb those market ...
... I brought with me to wear had not been worn yet! After a little too much champagne and wine at the included dinner, we should have gone to bed, but instead we headed down to the hostel bar and had far too many jager bombs! Luckily the next day was a bus day, so we could sleep off our hangovers on the road!
Days 41 - 42:
Luckily none of us had hangovers that were too bad, because today we headed into Poland, and on our way to our final destination of Krakow, ...