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... a walking tour as soon as we arrived to kind of get our bearings. We went to a delicious little restaurant for dinner. We had an entree, a main and 2 beers and it cost me $24 NZD. Woohoo. My main was weird but good. The goulash in bread was beyond delicious. There is a tale of how a man saved the town by playing the trumpet when people were coming to attack. He died during the attack so to remember him and his warning the ...
... for lunch a bit later on and catch up which was really nice. We met the boys at 2 and went to a really nice restaurant that had excellently priced meals. I ordered grilled vegetables and cabbage on the side and a cider - cost less than 12 euro which was amazing. That afternoon we went to buy alcohol for drinks that night and made our way back to the hostel (had to catch a cab because Angie got lost finding the bus drop off). So we got ready to go back ...
... window which opens. I hope we don't get pigeons in the room! Although we don't have our luggage yet, it only seems that to have a good time here that the luggage is not so necessary. (I did pack 2 days worth of clothes in my camera bag just in case, anyway! )
Well, it's off to go visit the sites and sounds of downtown Krakow. Everyone here is so pleasant... much more so than me on my best day even. :)
... and colorful houses, occasional snow flurries, though I spent most of the time sleeping. When we rolled into the town, in German called Auschwitz, I concluded immediately why this town housed major concentration camps during World War II. Smoke stacks everywhere, industrial factories, automobile graveyards. The town was bare, quiet. From the train station, we walked for about twenty minutes, past hollow warehouses and unkempt fields until ...
... some connection to Krakow, to Poland, and at least learning some of the history made me realize that this was the history of some of my family…that many of the objects were probably things that could have been found in my ancestors’ homes.
When the museum closed at 6 I had to leave, so I wandered down to get some pierogies at a restaurant recommended by my map. I didn’t quite get the ordering procedure (apparently, you order at the "counter," which is more like ...