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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 …
... of over 100 countries and counting. Never one to call a spade a shovel, Peter kept us entertained with his stories of rubbing shoulders with the greats of English and Australian cricket, along with good natured ribbing of us poor old convicts! Bratislava is largely reminiscent of Wroclaw, cities whose former charms can still be glimpsed amongst soviet abominations. There is evidence of progress with new buildings and infrastructure and ...
... murdered here alone. My day started in Auschwitz, which is about an hour and a half outside the city. Walking onto the site gave a very eerie chill, as I gazed out onto the 28 blocks that locked in thousands of victims, most of whom were Jewish. It is important to note that many other people were the victims of the Nazi's too, including Polish citizens (and other nationalities), soldiers, Gypsies, homosexuals, the ...
... John Paul in Krakow and 400 in all of Poland. That's adoration. On the doors of the castle there are "dragon bones" chained up. Supposedly when/if they fall it means the end of the world is near. Okay Mayans..haha.
Shelby and I decided to go to the top of St. Mary's Church (we went to the top of the highest building/mountain in every place thus far). The stairs to get to the top were scary! They were very small and uneven. I felt like I was going to the top of ...