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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clock performs a little show with wooden figures of kings and famous professors parading to the music. This was also great to see :) The citizens are so very proud of Polish Pope John Paul II who attended at this very university.
We walked and stood on the steps of a nearby university building and heard the story of how the university was closed by the Germans during the Second World War. A large group of Professors reopened classes during ...
... and there are still fragments of the old ghetto wall that are shaped like grave stones. This area is also where the Oskar Schindler Enamelled Goods Factory has been turned into a museum.
The walking tour ended near Krakus mound, which is a prehistoric monumental mound dating back to the iron age. We took the winding path up the 16 metre mound (like a little hill), that for centuries was the site of pagan rituals. No rituals for us, but awesome views of the city and ...
... with them, very common for families in Europe.
The Son and his family left shortly after we arrived so unfortunately we weren't quick enough to get photos of them but Richard promptly sat down beside Paul and he was deep in conversation over many different topics. He speaks a little English but Paul and he spoke Polish together.
We sat outside for several hours catching up and we were blown away when Zosia bought out the Cognac. Paul's absolute favourite. Even ...
... only a part of each is still standing, we could get a sense of how big each had been. Krakow was another hour's drive. Hotel Francuski is in the Old Town section of the city and we are only a few blocks away from the central Town Square. We had dinner together and then did a short walk through the center of town. The Main Market Square is huge, ringed by shops and churches, full of people and outdoor ...
... ballroom style. Men twirled their women around endlessly, occasionally ending with a dip. Singers chose a mix of traditional Polish songs and American classic rock. I didn’t really have the urge to sing, but the whole group decided to get up and sing “You’re the One That I Want” from Grease, and I was happy to join. After that, we headed out to another bar. We entered Diva, a dance club similar to those you would find in ...