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... to take us up the old windy, dirt, muddy track where possibly or more likely had been Dziadzia's family run farm.
She chatted away the whole time to Paul, in Polish of course, so we struggled to keep up with the story but she showed us the most friendly horse and 3 cows and potatoes growing and the lovely
view from high up.
She mentioned to Paul how she felt she knew me as I had a familiar face! I get told that at home on occasions but not in the back Strrets ...
... It has a central pavilion which has market stalls. The cobblestoned square is surrounded by restaurants, cathedrals, bell towers and the like. On the walk to Krakows castle we got a coffee and chocolate at the choco house. The view at the castle gave 360 deg views of the city. It was so pretty as the afternoon turned into night, and the city started to light up. Dinner was so cheap. The people are beautiful. We ate traditional meat and cheese dumplings for entree, followed by ...
... trying to get a free trip. Eventually I realized just how exhausted I was and just went to sleep. We had the window open because at first it so hot in the cabin, but halfway through the trip it got colder. Unfortunately we all had the mentality that someone else wanted it open, or that someone else would do it, no such luck. Eventually waking to a beautiful warm Prague ...
... We walked to the outside walls of Old Krakow, which has a really pretty park area. We saw the Florian Gate and the Barbican, and went to a square across the street with a 'Grunwald' statue, and we wondered what it was because the plaques were in Polish. We walked through the Florian Gate and saw a Madonna and child, but the baby Jesus was black, which we thought was interesting. We walked through Old Krakow zigging and zagging, and went inside a modest church, ...
... life of the person, and some include copies of family photos. While looking at this wall, I happened to look up past an Auschwitz prison uniform and into another box. There, mounted nonchalently, was a small grey rectangular item. Very unassuming, it looked like a perfectly-formed bar of soap. Next to it was written, "Bar of soap made from human fat." I think that says it all.
I went next to the museum of the Eagle pharmacy, which is located on ...