Romantikhotel Im Weissen Roessl
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Krakow was the one city's that Marilyn really wanted to visit. I on the other hand did not know much about it & didn't know what to expect. So far it has been one of our favourite destinations. We stayed at a pension called Tango House, which was 1 block from the centre of the "Old City" (a great location). We arrived into Krakow Poland, on the night train from Vienna. The train station is new (just opened 3 months) and is connected to ...
... they go - but in Cesky it was just insane! After a look around a poke about in a few shops I headed home for a quiet and early night - such a nana when left to my own devices!
The next morning I stepped out onto the terrace at the back of my hostel that overlooks the river and was greeted with a think fog. I started to wonder what I was going to do as my whole reason for being here was to sightSEE and I couldn’t SEE anything! The owner of the hostel assured ...
... the rail trail) Being the adventurous kiwis that we are we did a detour ( again reminiscent of our Nasby detour on the rail trail) ....2 km to Marsbach Castle....2 km straight up an extremely steep windy high and heavily forested hill that was covered in the misty cloud of the morning! It was a huge feat to make it up there but we did!!! We took photos of course to prove it ...we rode down the hill very quickly to be back on the trail ..until the cider house ...
Next stop was the Torture Museum. We were worried it could be in the same vein of the tacky Ghost Museum we had the bad fortune of visiting in Prague but it was better than we were hoping for. It had the potential to be tacky with some of the displays of mannequins but it had just the right mix of informative displays, creepy atmosphere and examples of torture instruments. One of the first displays was a chastity belt which was not ...
... in Australia! We changed and caught a bus to the train. A slow trip later and we were at our interchange. But no grain to Prague. They bundled us all on busses and took us to some obscure village. Here we got the train to Prague. Unlike Vienna there were people giving information, clear signs and at no time did we feel lost or confused. Perhaps we should send some Czechs to Vienna to show them how to organised ...