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... service as if they were popping in for a short burst of religion and then going back to their lives outside.
Talked to a guy driving one of the little tourist transports. These look like golf buggies and have enough seating for five plus the driver. A little expensive - 160PLN or 40 Euros for a 45 minute ride - so I didn't take him up on his offer of a tour.
The Main Market Square reminded me a little of the Old Town Square in Prague. Not as grandiose, ...
... Jewish tour but I was just about to start and I was pretty far away. I ended up going for a coffee and chilling out for the rest of the day.
Early evening I went out with my tripod to try and get some nice pictures of the city at night time. This was really enjoyable for me. Just chilling out taking wonderful pictures. Once I was happy with the pictures that I took I went back to the hostel to have a shower and get a early night because I was leaving early in the morning to head to Lviv in ...
... off the tallest tower of the church. We saw the St. Adalbert church (the oldest church in Poland, over 1000 years old). I think I was propositioned by a prostitute she came up to Mark & I and said "you want quick ****?" we quickly said no thanks and shuffled along.
We then had a look at some exchange places and found one that had the best rates (that was open) and we all exchanged some money. We then made it back to the hotel and got ready for bed and Altzwits tomorrow. ...
We've now made it as far as Krakow and are on country number 10. Yesterday we walked round the old town and saw the oldest university building in Europe, the Cloth Market and the Cathedral. Today we will visit the castle and Auschwitz. Had a comfortable night in a hostel where two other people got bitten by bed bugs - fingers crossed red bumps don't start appearing today, ...
... and you can imagine the results. This concluded our tour of Auschwitz, a horrible and confronting place but something that everyone should see. During the evening we all cooked up some dinner at the hostel kitchen, Jason did his penne arabiata and Gem did some steak. It was a nice little family dinner before we had a relatively early night after a full day.
Our final day in Krakow and as usual only Gem and I ventured out to do a walking tour of the city. Unfortunately it ...