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... on top of the waste to form news streets and houses, she explained that's why most places in Krakow has a cellar. They used to be the ground floor.
Then she took us down the Main Street in Krakow where the last remaining tower and walls still remains. This road was the royal road because it was that way to the castle. This is the road they took when they were going to be king or queen.
The Austrians wanted to knock down all of the cities wall to expand the city ...
... spatzle and pretzels at the Ayinger beer hall in Munich
3) Most pleasant experience that I didn't see coming: Hot beer!
4) Least pleasant experience I didn't see coming: a McDonald's of Auschwitz
5) Most unusual travel moment: well, read on.
So normally that would be the blog end, cleverly and concisely summing up our trip, and heading home on our 6am flight in the morning. And that's what we had anticipated when we went ...
... all round to a club. I initially wasn't keen after what I witnessed. However I decided to stay on soft drinks to make sure I was safe, and in control. However this was not Ashley's plan. I am now back in the hostel after rubbing ashs back as not only was he sick but had a nose bleed at the same time. Not great when your sharing a room with 10 other people. Despite the ****** bits its been a great first day and I've met some lovely people, especially a group of lovely Irish ...
Well, I'm here! I had to run for my connections in Toronto, Frankfurt and Warsaw. No lounging at the lounges... Hard to swallow for an International Jetsetter of Mystery like myself, ooo lalalalalala!!! On the upside, with all that running, I was able to change my flight from Warsaw to Krakow from 14h00 to 10h40, and since I arrived in Warsaw at 9h25... SWEET! On the downside, my room is not ready so I had to drag myself to a coffee shop near ...
... weather was bitterly cold and foggy (under the circumstances i did not complain ;-) It was unpleasant but fitting. There would be 20 people in a single group being shown around - and there must have been hundreds of people doing this at any one time. It was a precision operation to be moved by the guide rather quickly from one horrific point of interest to the next. The guides were very ‘human’ about it though.