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... of weeds. At one point on the journey I noticed an area packed full of old military vehicles ( trucks, tanks and even a few old fighter jet planes) all rusting away. Once checked in to motel we walked through a park and found a geocache, hidden in a tree, before selecting a polish restaurant where we dined for $45 (including 3 drinks). We walked around the square watching horse drawn carriages treking tourists and returned to hotel around ...
We have a light covering of snow today, let's hope it gets deeper so we can get some beautiful pictures. As we got on our minibus we greeted the poor sods that sat in front of us yesterday, I bet their hearts sank as soon as they saw us lol! Today's trip takes us to the salt mines (let's hope there is no travel sickness today!) the further out of Kraków we get the better the snow looks. As we would say at home "the sky's full of it" The Wieliczka Salt Mine, located ...
... spinach perogies! Love love love it!
I spent the day wandering around the old town. Krakow is very wanderable. (as are most European cities). At some point I left the old city, walked along the river bank and found another area of town with cute little restaurants and bars. One thing I noticed is that Krakow is much cheaper than Prague. A beer in Krakow cost about $1.50, whereas Prague was ...
... before they left. Two Polish architects, Piotr Lewicki & Kazimieriz Latak, have created an inspirational memorial to symbolise this process – 70 large metal chairs randomly located around the square, half of which are illuminated at night.
*We later eat in the Kazmieriz district in an Israeli restaurant called Hummus & Happiness. It’s logo states ‘Make Hummus,not War’ - great food and a great ethos.
*A few more ...
... Hemisphere I would suggest go here it is utterly unique and different.
My time in Ireland is drawing to a close and I'll write up one more blog about the discoveries of Dublin and any other place in between but I just wanted to take a moment and say how grateful I am to have had this oppurtunity to write about my experience and to have been able to share it with friends and family many thousands of kilometers away from me.