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... Also the priest that died at Auschwitz so another man could live was from here and Pope John ll made him a saint. There is only one synagoge (spelling??) here as so many Jewish people were killed between June 1941 to Jan. 1945.
Our tour was suppose to take 2 hours but ended up being 3 hours as we were suppose to check out of our hotel by noon so we were late.
We left Krakow at 2pm and drove through beautiful rolling hills heading for Presov, Slovakia and the Balkans.
... outdoors despite the cold weather. We decided to brave the weather and found a cafe that served mulled wine and hot beer! The mulled wine went a long way to warming us up but was no substitute for the sun which we longed for. Eventually we were compelled to retreat to the warmth of a basement restaurant for dinner.
The following day we woke up delighted to find that the sun was shining and the expected temperature was well above 20 degrees which was such ...
Much to the amusement of the hostel staff, feeling a little sore and sorry for ourselves we managed to get up, score some breakfast and go out to visit Auschwitz (not without a little sickness from 1 along the way). Not before I realised I had lost my ticket and scampered about trying to find it; obviously it would turn up later but thankfully the hostel arranged for a re-print ;)
Krakow was covered in a beautiful dusting of snow!! I did feel a bit of nostalgia for Canada ...
... My turn for the shower, then we are to breakfast. ... 2.12pm now. We were longer in the apartment than we thought we would be. I rang HSBC for Pudd and arranged for his replacement card to be sent to our home address. That meant checkout time was already upon us so we dragged our bags back to a locker at the train station. We then walked the Old Town to go have lunch at the medieval open air market we came across the other day. I had a plate of ...
... whatever in any cleanish space they could find. I thought about cleaning up first and the decided I was too tired and it wasn't my place. So I re-cleaned some mugs, plates and bench space and we shared some coffee and a croissant.
We spent the rest of the morning/afternoon on the couch in the common room. I snoozed on and off whilst Steven did stuff on the computer (don't ask me what). We went out to grab some ...