Wit Stwosz Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... tower is not the only place that held executions, many had dungeons Majority of castles have a church inside, linking the kingdom to the church. Often the king was the church (e.g. Henry VIII's Chuch of England). And so on After seeing some of the kingdom and feeling like royals once again as we strutted through the courtyard we headed outside the boundary of the old city wall to Oscar Schindlers factory, located just near the Jewish Quarter or Ghetto (see Spain and Venice ...
... so sorry about that! PM - Getting hungry around 1:30pm so sussed out a few of the restaurants and liked this restaurant that offered "troughs of variety"! Ordered beers and a 1 person "trough of variety", it was damn good and more than enough for 2 people, 2 troughs and we would have collapsed from food overload. The man adjacent us was woofing into a plate of steak tartare, Lana said "I hope we don't get any of that!" ...
... br> 5. There is no such thing as a quick bite. Expect every meal, which includes a coffee at a café, to take at least 90 minutes. If you want a multi-course meal, plan for up to 3 hours.
6. If your food comes to the table and it is not what you ordered, eat it! Round 2 does not guarantee the correct order and will probably add another hour or two onto your dining time.
7. If you **** off the server in any way, they will make ...
... getting our bags and cleaning up we caught the night train to Vienna and this time got an excellent train - better beds, air control, and only had to share it with an old Austrian/German? man. Overall, I will have to return to Krakow. There is still more to see still and I loved it. It's beautiful, cheap, and has rich history. So burn down the silly Eastern European stigma and visit. Trust me, you'll be glad you ...
... explained, be it here or the killing fields of Cambodia, Rwanda or the fractured Yugoslavia. A few isolated details paint but a scant depiction of the Nazis' 'final solution'.
Human ash was used as fertilizer. No crematoria at Birkenau have survived, the Nazis blowing them up at war's end. Just 7.5 kilogram of Zyclon B could exterminate 2,000 people. Canada was thought to be a prosperous place so the camp warehouses were called 'Kanada'. ...