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Onwards to Krakow, proper breakfast and proper lunch. Bathed in sweat from the get go.
Found accommodation no problems, and settled in. Again no AC but we knew that when we booked into the Vanilla Hotel. Would have paid another €10 for it but not the €100 they were asking. Otherwise a fantastic place to stay.
3 nights in Krakow, 2 days spent sightseeing.
The old city and its sights by bus and ...
... they play a different genre of music on each floor; it was pretty cool and a lot of fun to hop from the hits of today to the oldies floor.
The next day we saw the Dancing House, it's static and dynamic parts are meant to represent the change from a communist regime to a parliamentary democracy. We saw Giant Baby statues, I really don't think there's any significance...That night we went to a chain restaurant called The Pub where you pour your own beer ...
A sight that uiltimately eludes us today
And one more time we went in search of it
Oh, well, next time :-)
After a beer and wine in a smokey Irish pub to kill time
We head to the White Horse Cafe
For dinner and jazz
Pricey but in an amazing stone cellar space
Music is fine
Worth the effort, worth the price, we decide
We've learned - the best way to stay healthy
When traveling is to get enough ...
... to party in. Also a fun idea. There were beer taps and seating inside as well as upgraded toilets. Spent an hour down there exploring and learning.
An interesting fact is that modern children aren’t taught about the communist era, it has been pushed into the background to be forgotten. Our guide had to learn about the time from others and by doing his own ...
... made our way to Lennon Wall. This is a famous wall in Prague, because it used to be graffitied everyday with words of protest about the war. However, it would be painted white and cleared out each night. Now it stays graffitied and no one messes with it. It was so bright and actually quite beautiful. While we were there, a man was playing Lennon/Beatles songs on his guitar no singing-it really made for a great atmosphere. We took a couple pictures that turned out ...