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Sitting at the breakfast table this morning wanting to vomit, we both skipped traditional polish breakfast (pickled eggs, salad, sassage and cured meats), dressed in everything we owned and walked to Krakow centre in -1°C. Once we worked off the jetlag and up an appetite, we found a cozy cafe, Brendan ate 9 slices of bread and I played 'spot ...
... ready for an early morning train trip. We had originally planned to only spend one day in Krakow, and to spend that basically traveling to and visiting Auschwitz but some travel complications (more on my fanatical love for the Eurail system later) meant we ended up extending our stay in Krakow by another night. This meant we didn't have to be as busy as we first intended, but it was still a reasonably early start to make sure we were at Auschwitz in time for our 0945 tour.
... up you go which means the bottom one is for papa bear, sadly still too short, but all OK except for the occasional wedging solid on some corners. After our early start and long day at Auschwtiz it has got to be easy to sleep...right? Our railway man says he will bring a coffee 40mins before arrival in the morning, rapid tap on door, please open, thank you and good night see you in the morning, now close this door lock it and don,t open it :) I think he was ...
... had all kinds of interesting displays. Copernicus went to school here. We walked back to Wawel Hill to see a metal dragon spitting fire, but never really saw a large flame. Went to an early dinner at Gospoda Restaurant. What a bargain, a 3 course meal with all the trimmings and beer for $8.50. That was the end of today's 6.5 mile walking journey on a pleasant fall day. ...
... made Prague and had successfully navigated to our apartment near Wenceslas Square. The glimpses we had had of the Old Town had made us excited to explore tomorrow. However, first a visit to the handy mart for tea, coffee and milk and then bed, with Grant and I up the stairs in the loft - bed was very welcome for us all. During the following two days we were continually open-mouthed at the beauty that is Prague. Our position just outside the ...