Yes quite a tale… founded 1910… entertained Lenin and entourage on and off for about two years to August 1914, when (in winter) he wasn’t cavorting on the ice skating rink (thank you “Inyourpocket”!)… and local Nazis during ww2… and occupies a fine location by the Cloth Hall, opposite the famous main church (St Mary’s). But the café fare is average coffee to drink, and sugar on steroids to eat, and is expensive for Krakow.
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