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... of pierogies. The tour of the salt mine was interesting and fun and you were encouraged to lick everything because it all tastes like salt! Inside the salt mines there is the world’s largest underground church sanctuary. It was massive and immaculate and all made out of salt, even the chandeliers! This tour was a good way to end a long and intense day.
On my last day in Krakow, we went to a local market, explored the Wawel castle, and ...
... gave ourselves permission to not go into any exhibits, try to read any signs, but just relaxed, and enjoyed the scenery. Which, we noted on the way bāck, included a store selling Northface and Helly Hansen gear, waytago Cracow.
Dinner that first night was at the hotel, where we met the rest of the group. Turns out there are six of us on the guided tour-- two Brits from near Manchester, a couple from Australia (the wife is ...
This morning we met our local guide. We started our tour by visiting the Jewish Ghetto and Schindler's factory (of Schindler's List movie) that is now a museum. 90% of the Jews from Cracow died in the Holocaust. Nowadays Cracow has a very small Jewish community. We visited the Square of the Heroes of the Ghetto. The square is where thousands of people waited to be deported, many were shot here. The square has ordinary ...
... seemed like a long time, and arrived at our plane. We had reservations on Air Berlin, but climbed onboard an Air Niki plane. We taxied for at least 8 minutes before we took off. Jim says it's an adventure every time we walk out the door, I think he's right.
Easy flight, arrived in the pouring rain. Another bus ride to the terminal. We had arranged an airport pickup with our apartment, and he was waiting. Always nice when that works. About ...
In the morning we got up and walked into old town. We got coffee at a little cafe and some different breads from one of the many street vendor and sat with the myriad of pigeons and watched the locals and tourists in the square. After breakfast we met up with the walking tour group and set off on the Old Town Tour. We looked at the medieval ground level of the town and learned about the market square at that time. From there we learned about the Kings, ...