Antique wooden furniture and old photographs.
It was Thursday evening, and we landed at Kraków–Baliceat International Airport. From there we took a taxi to the city centre, to the Stare Miasto – the old town of the second largest city in Poland. Krakow is viewed as the secret capital of Poland. Our hotel was in the old town – the Orlowska Townhouse, where we were given a warm welcome.
It is a building from the 17th century containing a number of different apartments. We were able to choose from the Boudoir Room, the 1930s Room or the Poets' Room, among others. We plumped for early 1930s interior design.