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... cycle celebrations.
The last site on our tour was Ceremonial Hall. This hall was the mortuary where bodies were prepared for burial. It was active from 1906 until 1926 and is now a museum detail death and burial customs of the community.
After our tour of the Jewish Quarter, we decided it was time for beer. We earned our beer by walking ...
... sleep. Time now: 1:00am, Friday June 19th. We awoke around 10:00am feeling well rested, all bright eyed and bushy tailed ready to tackle the day! Our hotel offered breakfast until 10:30 on Friday, but we were quite sure that we wouldn’t make it down in time to eat - so we settled for a cafe down the street. Croissants and scrambled eggs were on the menu, good enough. Bellies full and still bright eyed and bushy tailed, we meandered ...
... see the van driver at Rybnik station with the gear untouched in the back of the van.
Unloaded quickly as the pressure was on. I quickly checked my handlebar bag for camera, IPad and passport. All there, so all good. Another struggle up the stairs with the loaded bikes. Racked them up while Annette found an empty compartment. Back seated with all our gear - relief. No more disruptions til Linz except for arriving about 20 mins late.
It was 1:30pm at ...
... to do to complete them and it just comes down to taking the time to execute them. Its hard not to be able to come up with new ideas because you know you wont have time to complete them before you leave, so you have to write them down and hope you get to them another time, therefore I do not feel to creative right now. Except I just got a HUGE stone in Litho so I hope that I will be able to do a big print before I leave.
I hope everyone has a wonderful ...
... man (he is 62).
So the Todd gives me some more advice about where to go in central Kracow and which tram I need to get back to the bus stop and wishes me good luck.
I head out into Kracow without much of an idea of what I'll find. Turns out it is a wonderful old city, not damaged in the war, so has preserved it's ancient charm. Ate the most ridiculous bread and toppings thing in the old Jewish quarter of the city, nearly made myself ill actually so I had ...