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Today is our last day in Krakow before we head home. The weather has warmed a bit and the skies are blue, so with no set plans, we decided to stroll Old Town in search of the last few must-dos before we departed.
We toured the Royal Residence atop Wawel Hill and its stately, medieval rooms. Now that the mist had dissapated, we could …
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Our sleeper train from Vienna to Krakow, Poland, was cozy and snug- we had a little second-class bunk with a sink, and we slept under down duvets until the train pulled into the station at 6am. The Krakow train station, like Vienna's and Salzburg's …
... the friendliness and obvious enterprise of its citizens leaves you in no doubt this city will one day return to to its former glory. From Wroclaw we continued our journey deeper into the old Soviet bloc, down to Krakow. Wow! This city has well and truly thrown off its communist shackles and moved forward.This is a city that knows how to party. Our first full day was spent getting merry, talking and drinking with other tourists in a ...
... and do something wrong. Thankfully my backpack made it. In fact, it was one of the first 20 bags on the convayer belt; thats a first.
After I arrived, I took a bus to the hostel and dropped off my bag. It is wonderful how cheap Poland was. Just to put this into perspective, it was 6USD for one bus ticket in Oslo and in Poland it was 1 USD. Then I began my bus ride to the train station to pick up Szymon who is a Polish friend of mine ...
... the time, people would see them walking across the bridge carrying all their worldly possessions, including chairs. We didn't take the actual tour of Schindler's factory, we just drove past.
After a short nap we headed out for our evening of sightseeing. We went back to the main square and walked through the Cloth Hall, which was filled with souvenir shops. Underneath the Cloth Hall and main square there was a very interesting museum. It was filled ...