Krakow Attic Apartment
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... old stone wall of the cemetery where some old ladies and men in kippas are wandering around looking at the tombstones.
Wandered aimlessly for awhile and came to a square I think is called Plac Nowy. Things looked to be winding down for the day as a lot of the little stalls had closed. Just off the square I found a bar called Mleczarnia which had a good selection of vodka, so I had a shot of their honey flavour which is called Zoladkowa Miodowa. I assumed the first ...
... we are directed to a booth, to another attendant who speaks as much English as we do Hungarian. We give her the ticket and she points to a blank section on the yellow form that came with it, all the while speaking in her mother-tongue. Jonny suggests, "My name?" and points to himself. She shrugs and looks worried. Jonny gets out his driving licence and points to his name. The poor lady turns in desperation to a passing postal worker for help. ...
... been very Eco friendly and were charged not only for the water that they'd used but for the water that was drained away. Due to this showers had to be amazingly fast! So now back in Wroclaw I actually got to feel properly clean for the first time in ages! After we headed into the city for a bit of a walk and to pick up some food for tonight's dinner. The next day started off in much the same way as we enjoyed doing pretty much nothing! After lunch we attempted to recreate ...
Today's trip to Pieniny Mountains was breathtaking. It was about a 2 hour drive, which had lots of turns going up the mountain. We took a 2 hour ride down the river in the wooden boats. The mountains were beautiful and the weather was perfect. The pictures really don't even do it justice. I'm not a nature person(at all), much rather go shopping than hiking or canoeing, but I would do this again in a heartbeat. Granted the ...
... crafts and of course lots of Gluhwein.
It seemed that everyone was warming themselves up with the Gluhwein- a warm mulled wine full of spices and deceptively benign tasting. As I walked around Market Square, laughter and music filled the air; fashionable women and well-dressed men were walking hand in hand. It really is the place to see and be seen. I wandered in and out of numerous little coffee houses- each with its own personality, down spiral staircases ...