Hotel Alexander II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... agreeing to marry them however a woman could not be saved in the same way! We also heard factual tales of previous serial killers including one who stabbed his victims and then enjoyed licking the knife clean. He had attacked 8 people before his ex girlfriend revealed that he had a crazy fascination with the second world war, collected knives and used to work at a butchery in his spare time and had been known to drink cups of blood! Unfortunately the next day we had agreed to ...
... festival but more just to look around. We drove up to a good lookout point over the city which was nice. I think we cooked at home that night and played poker. We also got to check out Iwona and Kuba's newly purchased apartment :) it's just concrete rooms at the moment but when we are next in Krakow, it will be all furnished etc. Monday through Friday Iwona and Kuba had to work so we would check out museums and the town before meeting them in the evenings. Monday we ...
... day we walk to the train station and make arrangement for our express from Krakow to Budapest. This requires a reservation as we plan to do an overnight train, allowing us to spend a full day in both Krakow and Budapest and not waste a day traveling. We book a sleeper car for less than our hotel room costs and are all set.
Walking back into the old town via the Moat parkway, we hire a golf cart tour guide for an hour and a half. ...
... many statues and carvings made purely from salt and were all impressively detailed. Shortly after our visit to the salt mines, we kicked off our New Year's Eve pub crawl. Starting off with some bottles of champagne in a nearby park, well that was until the police pulled up and started approaching us, so with swiftly abandoned our drinks and moved on unsure of whether we were allowed to be drinking in a public place or not.... Over ...
... what used to be a magnificent and massive Town Hall. The highlight of visiting the tower is to get the panoramic views across the square from the top, but unfortunately the top two floors were closed for renovations during our visit, so we only got half the view.
In our planning we had assumed that the attractions were a bit further apart and that we would spend more time at each than we were doing at that stage. The great thing about this was that it afforded us more time ...