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... there is a trumpeter that plays from the top of the tower, like the 13th century trumpeter than sounded the alarm of the Mongol invasion. It always stops abruptly, to represent the moment that an arrow pierced his throat. According to the legend anyway! Once we were outside and wandering around the back of the church, we realised that we could have got in for free! If you want to get the gist of a church you can enter at the back and worship there, or just sight see from afar. ...
... a quarter of the size and very unkept. We sneeked up and over a wall to get inside this one and made our way through the deep weeds and nettles, only to find the main gate had been locked just half an hour earlier. Fortunately there were people 'living' here so it wasn't necessary for us to climb out too!
Of course, I haven't spent all my time hanging out with dead people, there's lots of other things to share ...
... there is no way we can all stand for over three hours like this is madness. Lika is at the back of the queue so checks out first class and there are plenty of seats vacant so make the decision to lob in there and plead with the conductor to pay the difference for the upgrade - who cares how much it costs. Getting out of the aisle was awful having to squeeze past people step over luggage no one wants to move an inch less they loose precious space. ...
... fantasmas y todo eso...y ahí entendí de donde salieron las historias. Imagínense en época medieval con esa niebla, sentir pasos o un tipo en un caballo muy cerca tuyo, pero no ver nada alrededor!! Yo me cagaría encima, jajajajajajaja
Por la noche, llegamos muertos al hostel. La gente de ese lugar había organizado una pequeña fiesta de la que después iríamos al boliche, asique llegamos, nos bañamos, y empezamos con los chupitos de vodka cortesía de la casa, de ...
... of Jagellonian University. The dorms are named thus: Olimpia, Acropol and Babilon (!). One looks like it's being renovated.
Today has been a grey, rainy day in Poland, quite appropriate to the mourning that the Poles are beginning for their president and many members of their government. I took care of two high priority items: found an ATM at which I successfully got cash, and bought a map of Krakow that includes the neighborhood of ...
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