The Secret Garden Hostel
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Very nice and relaxing apartment.
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... the legend goes that if you sit on it you will have good luck in love for the rest of your life) so of course I went and had a good long sit on the bench (we will see if it works). From here we walked through some more chambers and came out in a shopping area. They sold all types of salt from rocks to rock salt and bath salts and salt lamps and clocks. We made our way past the salt to an open area. There was a children’s dance competition was going on. As it turns out ...
We were up early to take me to the garage. We had a little trouble finding it (although Anna at the hotel had worked very hard to show us) partly because a man said Yacek didn't work there and he turned out to be the mans Boss!
it was all a bit odd as there was no verbal communication between the garage man and Ed and Willow, but Ed had translated a few words so could point at ...
... Harry Potter style train! The beds were triple bunkbeds with NO space, and we were sharing with two very quiet German girls on the bottom bunk. Awkward. Definitely stood on one of them at some point as I clambered to the ceiling to reach my bed! The train also stopped in the darkness about 10minutes in, Megan reckoned it was to let the dementors on...haha. It was a good laugh though as we had a bunch of Aussie guys in the compartment next to ...
... horse for a walk in Krakow High Street (see below).
Amazingly (but not surprisingly - knowing John!) around 4pm we found ourselves outside the ‘English Football Club’ just at the time the last Premier League games were kicking off. Glad we went in. A very tiny bar packed solid! We watched the Man City game with Steve, Steve and John who were on a stag trip from Edinburgh. One of the Steve’s was the stag and in a very shabby state. He spoke to us for ...
... and keyhole shaped gun or arrow ports is called the Barbican. It's from part of the old city walls dating to the 1400s.
The old city was originally a walled city, so there are lots of places that still include the old walls and towers.