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... The next day I did an out trip to Oświęcim, which I will write a separate entry.
My final day in Krakow was a bit of a cockup. I wanted to go to Schindler's Factory Museum, but it was a Monday and it closed early. I hadn’t planned for it being closed so I had to revise plans. To salvage the day, I went up to the castle and explored it for a while. And then I took a walk through ...
... Rome, in Europe must be here in Krakow, there are thousands of tourists in, around, above this city!! Had a look through the Cloth Hall in the middle of the town square, it was built in the 14th century and is huge and jam packed with stalls selling amber, crafts and tourist junk! Then we had dinner at a great little restaurant in one of those squares in the middle of an apartment building, Pierogi's and salad! Early bed tonight as it's off to the Salt Mines ...
... After a very deep dark day, we went to the supermarket to buy some food to cook dinner and relax. After dinner we got talking to an American, Polish man and a guy from Estonia and had a couple of drinks. They talked us into going to a pub for a drink and then to another place called jazz rock. There was definitely no jazz music but plenty of rock! Friday 9th - we did a free walking tour of the old town. Krakow is beautiful, full of gardens, old ...
... musicians of all ages playing their instruments while trying to earn a little money, and a woman doing her ironing from her balcony. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed, not from stress or pressure, but from being a witness to realities like the crippled woman in the street with her dog as her friend and protector.
... the felling that the security had just given up.
One really lovely thing was the bugler at the top of the cathedral who gave out a song on every hour well into the evening. People stand and wait so they can wave to him at the end of the recital.
The town square also boasts any number of restaurants and shops. The old market hall abounds with local arts and crafts with something for everyone. More than one stop was made over the past few days ...