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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... time. yay!! It was only 10-15 minute walk to the Market Square which has all the atmosphere you need, the typical old buildings, loads of restaurants, plenty of high end shops and everything else you would expect, we really took to the city immediately and felt really comfortable with our new surroundings. We headed back and could smell the incredible aroma of a street vendor selling kebabs (the food of choice in Krakow) and delivered, not in a wrap type affair ...
... Sophie several times and she called me insane on many occasions but I had a good time and have no shame!
We arrived back at the hostel at around 7 but then I went out again straight away with Sophie, Sophie and Alex. The whole two Sophie thing is getting a bit confusing now but we're getting by. We went to Hard Rock Cafe (again) in Krakow square which was really awesome. It was so lovely to listen to the music and relax with my friends, I just had a really great ...
Having slept very well with all the ghost stories put into our heads, I woke up the next morning to a Coffee Heaven vanilla latte from Sophie as a birthday present! Yes, it was the day I turned 20! With the weather good, we wandered round the castle gardens and then to the main market square, each enjoying a fruit in chocolate stick in the sun. In the afternoon we took a walk along the river and ended up at the football ground, where we purchased our tickets ...
... The next day I did an out trip to Oświęcim, which I will write a separate entry.
My final day in Krakow was a bit of a cockup. I wanted to go to Schindler's Factory Museum, but it was a Monday and it closed early. I hadn’t planned for it being closed so I had to revise plans. To salvage the day, I went up to the castle and explored it for a while. And then I took a walk through ...
... although busy, wasn't as crazy as the day before. I browsed the stalls in the market, and then found a quiet spot for a coffee.
Eventually, Jola's kids, their partners and us three trekked off to find somewhere to eat. After a few false starts we ended up back at the outdoor bar, which is just outside where we have been staying. It was a warm, balmy night so it was great to be with family in a wonderful setting and indulge in Polish food.