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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Polish boy showed us to our black Opel Insignia Sports Tourer Estate. Very smart car and just enough room to cater for our luggage at a squeeze.
This time an automatic so the girls will not be able to laugh at me.
Set up the GPS and within half an hour we made it to our accommodation. A lovely big spacious house less than 10 minutes walk from the City Square of Krakow.
We dropped our gear off and headed straight out in search of 'Pierogi' (filled dumplings) for ...
... the cave, and no man must dare waken it, or there would be dire consequences for them all. Some of the youths decided to explore the cave and put an end to such foolish talk. They thought that they knew better and dragons were just old stories from the past. A group of these young people took some torches and went to the cave. They slowly entered the cave until they came to a dark mass of scales blocking their way and the sound of ...
... them. It's a very compelling story. The history of Krakow is very dark, there is no escaping it. It really was one of the epicentres of world war 2 for many reasons. I will admit to being somewhat naive, prior to coming, about the full story of Krakow. My crash course in history during the last few days has been intense, but It's an extremely harsh reality I won't soon ...
... and synagogues around the main square. We did see a bar that claimed to be an American bar and a bunch of other places selling pretty cheap beer. After we had our look we went back to the hostel to warm up for a second with some tea.
Tomorrow we need to catch an early bus out of town and we wanted to see where this bus would leave from so we had a walk back to the bus station. We are pretty confident that we can figure it out tomorrow... if someone ...
... As we were self contained we found a shop and bought some things for dinner and brekky and settled in for the night.
Gary had to drive to Zakopane to look at some horses, which is a small snow skiing resort
town100km south of Krakow, so he shared our apartment this night before heading further south.
The next day we decided to walk into the city which,by our map, looked to be ...