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... two scoops. - Diane
I believe Poland is wedding crazy. We must have seen dozens of wedding ceremonies throughout our travel. At least 6 just today. The grooms look 14 years of age, and the women are beautiful. Jordan, Nick, Ben, Matt, Andrew, Luke and Tommy you guys should find Polish women to marry. That way your children have half a chance of being attractive. Krakow is ...
... and we thought he didn't drink!
With the view from high above and the lake in the background again quite a surreal feeling and hard to believe where we actually were at this point in time.
More photos, more goodbyes and by now it was past 7.30pm so time really did fly.
We dropped Marian off home and then made our way home too.
We actually visited one of the biggest Supermarkets I have ever been in.
Danita asked what was it like when we visited ...
... 160;It was busy but not overwhelming like it would be in summer. Every hour in the square there is a bugle call and to pay tribute to the bugler that was shot in the throat, it stops right at the spot when he was shot, so it is never finished--- Stopped in a Chopin restaurant for lunch, fun square lots of entertainment and of course the horse and buggy touring people around. Off to the Wawel castle up the hill, it started to ...
Our entry into the Czech Republic from Poland was quite fraught as we ended up driving in the wrong direction for the the first hour and a half before realising that the GPS was set for Praha in Poland and not Praha in the Czech Republic ... and then to make matters worse, the GPS stopped working altogether and wouldn't recharge! Okay - deep breath ... data turned on on IPhone momentarily to track our correct route to Prague and off we went ...
... I needed to take, north or south. At this point, it would have been advantageous to ask for directions. The people in Krakow are very helpful and friendly, and there are quite a few university students who speak English very well. However at this point, I took it as a personal challenge to dig myself out of this mess. I pulled out my camera, which has a GPS stamping functionality to show where all of my pictures have been taken. I used this feature to show where ...