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... and a t-shirt (in 3 degree weather). He repeatedly told us the same stories and offered to buy posters from the barman, who kept having to tell him no. I believe he asked me how my perogies were at least 9 times. We had a good laugh at his expense; I hope he made it back to his hotel safe.
We went on to visit the private chambers inside Wawel castle and different beautiful synagogues in the Jewish quarter. This area was really interesting, but it ...
... but at least the rooms are big and seem pretty clean. Dinner was included at the cafeteria here and actually wasn't too bad, chicken schnitzel salad and potatoes. Final of the World Cup tonight so we went to the hotel bar and had a drink while we watched for a bit before heading into town to a club to watch the rest. Turned into an awesome night of dancing and partying, got home around 2:30 and will probably regret all the beer I drank in the ...
... a whole lot of pictures. Okay so we were all hungry and we went to this restaurant. I didn't notice that I ate duck yuck! Until my very disruptive mom told me that well at least it was traditional. But at least I got to have like five or six desserts so it was fair I guess. Oh! I forgot to tell you a new Polish word I learned "nie" which ...
... Year! I kept shouting it like an idiot in a very loud voice, the crowd opened up and I was able to escape. Good tactic- I’ll have to remember that one!
The rubbish on the streets was unbelievable, as I walked back to my hotel. Broken bottles, food, cups, and clothing, everything imaginable littered the streets. How were they going to clean this up? I felt like starting the effort, but knew I would look insane.
The next morning I woke ...
... br> We were dropped back at our hostel by the shuttle emotionally drained from the day. We walked to the Jewish Quarter that we had seen on the walking tour yesterday for dinner. There we tried some more Polish cuisine. We got given a starter of bread and dips. One of the dips was dripping - so disgusting! I tried some more dumplings and Kate tried Zurich soup. Both pretty tasty!
The next day we did another day trip, this time to the Salt ...