- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and underrated. She was quite correct- in fact, gorgeous is almost an understatement. Krakow's Old Town is awe-inspiring, and nearly untouched by WWII. I can't figure out why this stunning, inexpensive city is not filled to bursting with visitors. The Old Town's main square left me speechless- it's about three times the size of St. Mark's Square in Venice, with a ginormous Moorish arcade running the length of one side, ...
... lots of souvenirs and at least a dozen purveyors of amber jewelry. The amber comes from the North of Poland, but the tourists come to Krakow!
We stopped at an upscale restaurant, Illuminati, and have a very nice dinner. The pianist was superb and surprised us by playing "Hawaiian Lullaby" by Queen Liliokalani. All the way to Krakow to hear Hawaiian music...no ukelele though. On the way back to our flat, we stopped at a ...
... camp tomorrow. It's probably better this way anyway. I'm feeling pretty crummy with this sore throat. Allergies are bad too. Can only handle so much stress today.
The salt mine was pretty cool. We walked about 500 steps down to get there. Saw some salt sculptures and there was a beautiful chapel! A bride and groom were having their pics taken as we walked by. Kinda weird for a Tuesday not ...
... through the ceiling into the room. Within twenty minutes everyone would be dead. The prisoners deemed fit to work would then be made to drag the bodies of their loved ones out of the chambers and strip there bodies of any valuables such as glasses, prosthetics, gold teeth and jewellery. Their clothes would be sent to german people for use and their hair would be shaved and used to make nets, mats or other fabrics. Sometimes the victims skin would be used to make leather ...
... queue again, and it took more than an hour to reach the front! After all of this, we still had to go through passport control where our visas were again scrutinised. All-in-all, not the most enjoyable experience.
Krakow is an amazing city - perfect for a weekend breakaway. It was a thoroughly enjoyable weekend, almost perfect, but our experience at the airport, both when arriving and departing, took the shine off a ...