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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Halina at a Convent just outside of Krakow and so Paul put directions into the GPS of what he presumed was the correct information but the GPS was giving us such a difficult time we spent a very unenjoyable hour or more trying to find our way to our meeting point. Many phone calls between Paul and Andrzej but still we had got ourselves into such a pickle we were just going around in circles and getting more and more frustrated so in the end the boys decided it was not worth ...
Third day in Krakow and third day of rain.
In the morning we caught the tram out to the Krakow Salt Mine. You get taken down 130 metres and walk around for 3 hours underground. It was surprisingly informative and shows the mining techniques over 1300 years. The mine started in the 8th century and ceased operation in the ...
... by hills of closely packed pine trees. We had arrived in Karlovy Vary and first impressions were that it certainly possessed the 'wow' factor. Our pension sat on a hill one street back from the main promenade which was filled to the brim with swanky shops and restaurants, including several large hotels including the Hotel Pupp, which were architecturally stunning. Our first foray into Karlovy Vary was a walk along to the Hotel Pupp and we boarded a funicular carriage ...
... the elevator into the furnaces. These Jews were treated better and kept isolated from the rest in an attempt to hide from the other Jews in the camp what was happening at the facility. These Jews performed this task for 3 months before being killed themselves, and the first task of the new group was to burn the very people they had replaced. It was common for them to see their family members and friend’s dead bodies, and it was very common for ...
... beer was drunk, the river found and a snooze had. Notification of the Fourcats arrival meant a meeting at reception followed by a return to the apartment for an impromptu fancy dress party in our finest German wears. Followed of course by a beer Or 3. Oh and many huge schnitzels and hiding Briggs shoes.
After much discussion it was realised that Simon was in fact not due until a lot later than thought. Briggs: fail. ...