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... meet Marian, Marian meet Paul.
Maria and Lionel had meet him previously but Paul was the missing brother.
Both Maria and Paul are fortunate enough now to say they have reunited with Marian and hopefully they will hold some very special memories of visits to Poland.
Marian's wife, Stasia, was waiting for us upstairs so we made our way up to meet her and I was so nervous that when when she kissed me 3 times as they do, I said to her in Polish - "goodbye" instead ...
... or Old Town meant that we were ideally suited to explore all that Prague had to offer, including bustling Christmas Markets and awesome Christmas trees and decorations everywhere we looked, which only served to make the architecture of the city even more beautiful. Once again we were struck by just how young our country Australia is, as we walked on cobbled streets admiring architecture from so many centuries ago. The significance and importance ...
... Wit Stwosz. You can climb to the top of this church, into the tower for beautiful views over Krakow. Personally I think the most interesting job in Market Square is that of the trumpeter! Every day from this church tower, he steps out and plays the 'Hejnal' tune. Then suddenly breaks off mid -stream –it is a way to commemorate the trumpeter in the 13th century who was shot with an arrow to the throat when sounding an alarm of invasion. This tune is also played on ...
... was salt! the floor,the walls to roof...everything.We were allowed to lick the walls (eek) as salt has the germ killing ability (one I did not trust). The tour took 3 hours and again Will was fantasic! His attention was kept and there was lots to see and discover. Underground churches (miners pray for safety) ,huge salt sculptures, a ballroom, restaurant, kids play area , souvenir shop ALL ...
... itself, visiting the town square, the Wawel Castle and the Schindler Museum, which detailed some of the facts about the man the movie Schindler's List was based on. By this stage we were so mentally drained from all the information about the Holocaust we had heard in the last few days that it was time to treat ourselves in the best possible way: traditional Polish dumplings followed by a chai latte. It was then back to the hotel for an early night before heading off to Czech Republic!
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