Wit Stwosz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... wall to expand the city but Polish people convinced them to keep apart of the wall because it protects the city especially the main square from the wind. From here she took us to an old monastery and a the oldest university in Krakow. This part of the tour didn't interest me too much but it was nice to see. After seeing these two we went to a place where pope John Paul II used to stay when he was visiting. There was a big portrait of him where he used to stand in the window. ...
... Everything in the mine was made of salt, the were chapels and statues and artwork all around and all out of salt. Was pretty incredible. You have to take a tour to enter the mine and as the Polish language tour was two thirds the price of the English that was the one we took with Iwona and Kuba translating along the way. We got home at 10.30, which in Poland is enough time to have dinner and a few drinks before joining the party. We had a great night, by that time ...
... 4 hectares ) and going back there tonight for dinner and souvenir shopping. The old city is truly amazing and we hope the kids also learnt a lot. We were all left in awe visiting the cathedral high above the city. Our tour guide Anna is super and even took us teacher for an authentic Polish lunch called zapiecek ( dumplings with yummy fillings) similar to ...
... so we could have managed it!
When we left the museum, the rain had started. This time we decided to catch the tram back to the city centre. We couldnt find where to buy tickets, so we took the risk and jumped on. Turns out you buy on the tram. We only bought one ticket, sneaky us. It was only a short ride anyway. Once in the centre we tracked down a restaurant that we had seen yesterday on our brief visit to the square...Moa Burger! Yes, based on NZ burgers! It was a ...
Another late start – we are making a habit! But it was good as we got our lives and the rest of our trip sorted out (phonecalls, e-mails, etc). We then drove up into Slovakia, which seemed very different from Hungary. Like Romania, there were people hand raking their hay, and we saw lots of little groups of women heading back from the fields with their rakes and pitchforks over their shoulders, heading back home for lunch. The place was beautiful! Rolling mountains with ...