Hotel Folwark Stara Winiarnia
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- Continental Breakfast
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Today the plan was to spend all day at Wawel Castle that has the Krakow Cathedral and several other museums on its campus. Started again in the Old Market to get my coffee and sweet roll; I have been thinking about that blueberry cheese danish looking pastry since I saw it yesterday. It did not disappoint, and there was free Wifi, another bonus. There was one major church in the old city I had not seen, so I went to the Franciscan church. I was shocked on how dark ...
... Pope John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope in 455 years!
Krakow’s historical old town is charming, and having avoided years of potential destruction, is now one of the showcases of Eastern Europe architecturally and culturally. It has majestic monuments, cobbled thoroughfares, and was rightly selected on the first ever UNESCO World Heritage list. It is the pride of Poland! Krakow’s huge main market square (Rynek Glowny), which measures 200 metres by 200 ...
... Hop On bus near the imposing Warwel Castle. As we went to the city lookout mound named after Kosciusko, water poured into the bus. The tour took us past the Jewish Ghetto and Schindler's Factory. Then we headed north of the city near the train station, St Florian's Gate and back to the Castle. A welcome lunch was taken at a pizza restaurant. We rested up and dried out for a few hours before attending the Chopin concert. The weather was clear as we walked through the busy ...
Last night after the Auschwitz tour we went to the shops, and discovered what appears to be yellow watermelon. I didn't know such a thing existed, but it's pretty freaking weird. We also went out to dinner to the place that was recommended to us by the hostel manager, and again it was an excellent suggestion. Jess and I ate really well with two drinks each and the total was 40PLN each, or about $12-$15. This morning I had my alarm set for 7:30 so that I'd ...
... by mountains and relaxed up their for several hours. We had lunch at the hut, potatoe pancakes, mushroom soup and Zakopane grilled smoked cheese made from sleeps milk and enjoyed a few beers by the lake before heading back down the mountain. We popped into Slovakia and bought some chocolate, just to say we had been there. We stayed in a hostel in Zakopane, a bit similar to queenstown in that it's a little tourist town for the mountains. We had a few vodkas ...