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... pizza. As it is now early evening it seems particularly popular with the local younglings as well as offering another gastro treasure for the traveling backpackers. For around a Euro you cant really go wrong!! We are still seeing off lunch so we avoid the temptation and wait it out for a meal later. We arrive back at the castle and decide to take in a lap. Another very neat part of the city, the Castle is well placed and elevated amongst the southern central part of the city. ...
... accommodation - so a long day of travel. Concern is how do we get out of here!! Quality System - Hotel Kraków*** is a modern business and tourist class complex situated 3km from the Main Market Square, in the vicinity of main traffic routes such as E40 route, slip road onto A4 motorway and route to Kraków Airport in Balice, as well as shopping centres such as Ikea, Makro and Castorama. Bus 173 takes 20 ...
... short so I could make it up to Warsaw to catch my flight!
I stayed one night in Warsaw and was able to catch up with Polish friend Gosha. I use to work with her in Yellowstone! I had not seen her in 8 years! She and her boyfriend took me to dinner and showed me the sites of downtown. The next day I boarded my insanely long flight to sunny Australia!
SUNSHINE!!!!! HERE I COME!!!!!
... where all the confiscated goods were stored. The prisoners called them Canada because they represented wealth, a land of plenty. I nearly started crying. We also learned that even children who were too young to remember being in Auschwitz suffered from irrational, exaggerated fears their entire lives. They were afraid of white coats, of uniforms, of large dogs and of the German language itself. It seeped into their lives like a cancer and stayed with them even ...
... on the tram and made our way over the Vistula River and to Schindler’s factory. This came highly recommended, and thankfully they were still open a bit later on this Eater weekend – and we made it just in time (with 2 hours to spare before closing)! What a fascinating and brilliant museum. Although it is in Schindler’s actual factory that operated during the war, the museum mostly dealt with the Nazi occupation of Krakow from 1939-1945. After being ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed