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... an exhausting day cause of the hot sun, and humid weather. Afterwards we grabbed some sushi and then some snacks from the grocery store. We had decided on not going out, but instead a casual stroll. We ended up coming across a beer festival about 15 mins from out airbnb. They had different types of Austrian beer and foods, with music! We all had a Stegal and then walked ...
... had a look and it is huge compared to what we had. So we walked up to the train station, collected Laura, then moved our stuff into the apartment. We have become very good at climbing stairs and more stairs! It is lovely having Laura with us. She was tired, hungry and wanted a shower, which she achieved in reverse order! Her washing however is still going on in the washing machine in the unit. I really don't know when it will stop because it has been going for hours now! Hurrah ...
... couldn't even do that coz I couldn't tell him where I needed to go. So I just jumped on a bus and watched my iPhone maps until I started getting close to where I needed to be... And I made it!!! Saw a fire breathing dragon which was feakin bad ass, also now explains why all of krakow's souvenirs are little dragons. Checked out inside the Wawel castle and it was really cool, dating back to medieval times!! Been trying ...
... such as fine chalices and ampullas,
precious ancient crosses, fancy reliquaries, lavish chasubles and other vestments from the 15th century to the 19th century such as copes and miters, plus old paintings and sculptures. Poor Will could not appreciate what we were seeing but I loved it! the Polish are very proud of the fact that in1978,Karol Wojtyła, archbishop of Kraków, was elevated ...
... the plates and it only cost a total of $7 a person. Unbelieveable and one of my top meals. SO GOOD. Oh and we had this apple crisp cake, that wasnt as great though, I much prefer the tiramasu in this quaint cafe in Rome ;)
So Szymon had to leave and Jess and I went back to the hostel to pack up, shower, and go to bed as our feet were so tired.
We woke up early for our Auschwitz tour and I can only say that this was an ...