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... We walked for 3 hours and ate foods only Polish. He explained how the wars, although devastating, brought together different cultures throught the centuries to create traditional Polish foods. We ate obwarzanek which is similar to a pretzel, pickled herring, lard with bacon bits, pierogi, zurek, bigos, pickled cabbage, kielbasa, breads and other meats. Oh yeah, we drank some vodka. After drinking vodka one is to follow up with a bite ...
Once on the bus we make another wrong move and get out too early.
Anyway to cut a long story short we eventually found a taxi and got to our accommodation. It was in the opposite direction from here we had gone and was a 20 minute walk from the bus stop.
Ironically if we'd stayed on the bus back into town we would have ended up within 100 metres of where we stayed.
Not a good start for Krakow.
... in the evenings. And they are extremely helpful when it comes to tips for Krakow, all of them being from Poland.
In my first few days in Krakow, I had my tourist cap on and did a lot of sightseeing. The market square (Rynek Główny) in the old town is the focal point of Krakow. The square itself is quite large – the largest medieval town square in Europe, in fact. It is might not be as pretty as some other town squares in Europe, but ...
... guide kept daring us to lick the walls and the floor if we didn't believe that it was 99.5% pure NaCl. There was a time when we passed a bit of what they call cauliflower, 99.9% pure NaCl forming on the walls that I did scratch some off and taste it. It was a very interesting trip down the mine. We caught a bus back to the city centre and on the way I began to chat with a local girl. Our leader Olga had asked us when we ...
... up our gear before catching the 10pm train to Prague. We had a sleeper carriage to share with an Indian couple from Mumbai and because the middle two beds were not taken we could spread out over the top and middle bunks. It was fairly hot in the carriage to begin with but it got cold as the night went on so ( with the snoring indian man) it was a fairly restless night. Sorry this entry is a little light on pictures - most of them are on my camera not my ...