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... and Americanos. Soon however, we had to get up and do some sight-seeing.
We walked around the city-centre, enjoying the very different architecture style of the churches. Many of them are made of brick and are really incredible. We also wandered through the "cloth market" which, much to my chagrin did not contain even one tiny piece of cloth (I needed some to patch my jeans). Instead, the market contained Polish nick-nacks of all sorts. We spent ...
... to see what the town may have looked like during the war.
They found the ruins of a church with a great view over the castle on the next door hill. Being rather nosey Willow went through an archway and they found themselves at the bottom of a big flight of stairs going round and round in a square with loads of washing hanging over the banisters. ...
... to Krakow we decided to have lunch and we were finally able to speak about what we had seen and how it made us feel: a very necessary part of the experience to be able to articulate and share the horror we felt.
But life goes on, and we spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying the old market square where there was quite a festive feel with many more people and many stalls dedicated to ...
... that there are now organized tours and pilgrimages to the places where Pope John Paul II was deeply associated with. Walking through the park that surrounds the walled section of Old Town close to the university, Jeff and I came across a photo exhibit of the visits Pope John Paul II made to the city and area. Despite some of the issues I have with the Catholic Church, I do respect Pope John Paul II as an individual and what he tried to accomplish. He ...
... into a fantastic museum. The information is a little disjointed in that it doesn't move chronologically but is very detailed and interactive. Nearly every room is different.
That night, we joined the hostel's pub crawl and got to sample some of what Krakow had to offer in terms of nightlife. Unfortunately, I was dead tired and ended up having an early one, whilst the other two partied on till the wee hours. Unfortunately for them, we ...