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Today we left Wroclaw early on a 1 hour flight to Warsaw, then hopped on another flight from Warsaw (30 minutes) to Krakow. Many cities have airports but, all go through Warsaw and the price is the same to fly as it would be to travel by bus or train but, certainly it takes less time. When we arrived in Krakow we found our driver holding up the …
... it is certainly unique.
Our second day, the weather had taken a turn for the worse and it was very cold and raining sideways. We were less than impressed when a youth stole Dom's newly purchased umbrella (bloody kids)…However, our day was very brightened when we met a Danish man during our lunch who was so inebriated he could barely speak. He informed us that his wife sent him to Krakow for his birthday. Additionally, he was ...
... to the hostel and hung out around the hostel getting to know other guests and playing some games. That night when everyone else left to go to a club we got an early night in hopes we would wake up early. However that was ruined. At about half 1-2 a girl from the hostel who was sleeping in the bed next to be, who in fact had only arrived that very morning, returned from the club. Unfortunately she wasn't alone. ...
... we had to stand outside, however I wish I stayed inside. We all witnessed something that shocked us all, an altercation between one of the bouncers and a very elderly local homeless man. It began with the bounced pushing the man over and ended with the homeless man getting a knife out, for what looked like self defence reasons. The bouncer then pulled a out a baton and struck the man full pelt in his head resulting in the man being extremely badly injured. I think I ...
... happened in Poland during WWII hits you over the head and educates you. I was immersed in the culture. Although I can’t say I was HAPPY every moment- I felt nourished by Poland, both physically, educationally and spiritually. Dziekuie Krakow!
Most important word to know “ Dziękuję” (Jenkoo-yeng) THANK YOU!
Second most important word 'Prosze' (pro-she) PLEASE
Photo- Running by the River Vistula in Krakow on New Year’s Day 2014