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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the cheek and a kiss on the hand.
They showed us inside and there was a table set up with cakes galore and the most beautiful tea cups.
Paul always has to explain to the family that us 3 girls don't drink Tea and Coffee and they
can never unserstand that. Why would we want to drink Water?
Dziadzia was the same. He tried often to get me to drink warm drinks.
Then out come the photo albums. We saw photos of Paul's grandparents and the best photo ever.
... and bishop and Wawel castle which has Wawel cathedral. I was impressed with Wawel cathedral, it had a relic of Saint Pope John Paul, the tombs of all the kings and queens of Poland, and the tomb of the president and First Lady of Poland that died in the plane crash a couple of years ago. No pictures were allowed and guards were of watching us, so I didn't get to sneak any. We also climbed up these steep narrow wooden stairs and ...
... Mary. It is huge and beautiful. Just out front of the basilica there were some vents blowing air on the ground and a flock of pigeons had taken up residence in front of the air. The air was not warm but the birds would not move for anything... not even if you almost stepped on them.
We walked up to the top of the old town and saw the barbican wall and passed through an old city gate. There was supposed to be a traditional market somewhere near there but we ...
... the Wawel Castle (the seat of Polish kings )- a spectacular place, again steeped in history. Fabulous!
The Jewish Ghetto was next on my list. It was a good walk from Market Square. While strolling around the old Jewish district of Kazimierz- the cobbled streets, I felt very emotional. When you turn the clock back in your head to 1940 and imagine being Jewish, the horror and stress of their daily life is quite unimaginable. I was to visit Schindler’s ...
We arrived in Krakow late in the afternoon, after spending the day on the hottest train in history. I mean it was pumping heat up from under the seats at a temperature of about 35degrees. Gross. But we had to layer up again quickly when we stepped into Krakow air. We got a cab to the hostel because the walking directions made no sense, and found we had to climb 4 flights of stairs with our bags to the hostel. I was volunteered to go up and come back down with the key ...