Park Inn by Radisson Krakow
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We enjoyed the Park Inn in Krakow. It had all the modern amenities, it was extremely clean, the staff was very helpful and it was located within walking distance of all the sites. I would recommend this hotel.
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We left Olomouc and the Czech Republic behind. We weren't sure what to expect when we arrived into the Czech via the rickety trains but we were pleasantly surprised by how friendly and helpful everyone was. The towns we visited were clean, re-furbished and there was plenty to see and do. I guess 23 years has passed since communism ended and these …
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... course was a choice of pierogi or brioche. Most people chose brioche, including myself. We were told it was a sort of stew with meats and cabbage. But what we got was my what I was expecting. It was practically a plate of cabbage, with a few small chunks of random meats and mushroom in there. It wasn't too bad, but too much cabbage for me to handle. Desert was yet again interesting. We were told it was going to be ...
... for my troubles. Hmm. At least I got to ask him exactly where the bone church was.
It was only about another mile away, so we were there in no time. The church, known as the Sedlec Ossuary is one of the most visited sites in the Czech Republic, and for good reason. The history of this place goes way back to 1278, when the abbot of a monastery returned from the Holy Land with some, well Holy dirt. He then sprinkled it on the monastery grounds. When word spread of this act, ...
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