I would be staying at Hotel Wielopole, a property I have previous stayed and would recommend to anyone traveling to Krakow. The location is near main square and a few minutes walk to the Jewish quarter of town.
We headed into the main square and explored the Christmas markets and the cloth hall which both are filled with vendors. I had a potato pancake and enjoyed the views. It was busy for a Friday night. After walking around we found a restaurant with availability since most places we booked. We found a place a few blocks from the market, where I had yummy pizza. From there we walked around enjoying the area and the falling snow.
The next morning we had breakfast at the hotel and headed towards the Jewish quarter where we would be visiting a flea market. I got an old camera and an oil painting. From there we went into a cafe to warm up. I had some green tea and a caramel nut pastry.
After that we walked and saw more of the Jewish quarter. With the weather being cold we cut our exploration short. I will return agin to see more things within the Jewish quarter. We walked along the river and saw the dragon mural and headed back to the hotel to drop off our things, before heading back to the Christmas market for dinner.
The next morning we took a taxi to the airport and boarded our flights. Another great trip in the books!
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