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... placed at the gravesite.
Shira wanted to make sure that she placed a stone, which is a tradition showing that someone had visited, on graves that meant something to her. One was for a doctor since that is what she wants to be and we identified who was a dr if they had a snake inscribed on the stone. She also placed a stone on one that had none, since she felt bad that no one had visited it. This was very touching!
Next we went to the ...
... some 'Gold' then returned home to make some *************s about packing.
And it was hear in Poland we have to say goodbye to a few items, including Op Shop sweaters, a Shirt, some underwear and a pair of trackies. We will miss you.
However, our packs are lighter and with more things to pick up in London, we are more confident about making the trip home with all the important goodies !
Our final day consisted of another ...
... lady checking our passports, even though very friendly, had obviously never seen South African passports before. It took forever to "load" us onto the system and I was getting worried that our taxi driver might leave without us. We were literally the last people through passport control for the night, but luckily our taxi driver was there waiting for us (for an hour and counting) on the other side.
The rain was pouring down as we made our way ...
... or Chopin's crypt. The history is so rich and you find yourself thinking "wow hundreds of years ago people were walking though here with Chopin's body in the tomb". Incredible. Incredible was also the climb to the top for the bell tower with narrow, steep steps and climbing over big wooden beams to reach the top. A view well worth seeing. The evening was filled with a 2 hour salt mine tour, and v(w)odka tasting. More on vodka soon, but the first the salt mine tour. 380 ...
... this on my own and I will have that opportunity soon. We found a restaurant to have a late lunch/early supper that had traditional Polish music and dance as entertainment. It was fun and we then discovered that this restaurant was pretty famous in Poland, so added bonus. We wandered around the large main square and walked through the old Jewish quarters, that is now becoming a revitalized section of Krakow.
The next day we toured the castle and church ...