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... in an attempt to get someone to gives me directions to the station has won out every time so far.
Will see how long it lasts for.
But most of all, trains are fun.
Gorgeous little Russian babushkas offer you their homemade dumplings because they think you look hungry, you meet cool fellow travellers you can drink with and, occasionally, have a toga party with.
On a ...
Krakow, Poland. So, the plan was to leave today... We woke early for it and everything, went to the train station and e everything, only to be told that the train was fully booked, and the next possible train was at 6am the following day. Great. Back to to the Hostel, "can we get two beds for the night please? " "we only keep the beds back for our guests..." "we were your guests an hour ago, we checked out and don't have a train so now we're back" ...
... II) moved to Krakow with his father to study at Jagiellonian University and pursue his passion for acting. Due to the outbreak of WWII, Karol Wojtyła was forced to give up his studies. Being a very religious person, his decision to enter the priesthood came due to the experiences of the occupation and the death of his father. Pope John Paul II’s connection with Krakow continued where he was assigned to pastoral service in the area, rising ...
... ago, but today he is the only one making bagels in Krakow. I had some authentic Jewish food ( gefilte fish and kiszke) which was just like my grandmother made.
I took a tour of the Wiellczka salt mine. This is a world heritage listed place. They have been mining salt there since the 13th century. There are huge underground caves and salt statues, churches etc. I was told in the old days the salt mine accounted for 1/3 of the Polish kings income. ...
... on Mondays! So I got a bit of a peek into a little of the cathedral and mostly walked around the exterior.
Here are a couple pictures showing the mix of styles and the interior courtyard of the royal palace and private apartments, which were closed when I was there.
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