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... through the old city, around the castle and the fire breathing dragon and then on into the Jewish quarter and finally the ghetto. The insights he gave we would never had gotten from a true local such as how serious they take their football; 99% of the graffiti is related to football team alliances. Also the history and descriptions he gave whilst in the Jewish quarter and ghetto tied in so well with what we learned at Auschwitz and gave us ...
... love her to bits!
At the end of the tour we were bought back to the hostel, and then Emma, Sophie, Alex and I went out for dinner...we found another Hard Rock Cafe, which I successfully managed to sneak my sandwhich flags away from this time! Again this was brilliant and we had a lovely time! Then it was back to bed and getting everything packed and ready to go ready for an early start ready to go to Zakopane tomorrow.
... Birkenau seem even bleaker. They are getting the site ready for the 70th anniversary of the liberation which is next week so you couldn't get to the main archway into the site. This was disappointing however, you still got the aura and the feeling of horror on the site. We had an hour to warm up and get ready before we hit the road again. Bigos and wine was on the menu again and now I'm on the vodka. It's so bloody cold I need it to keep warm. I hope it snows ...
... palace. One half of the palace was destroyed many years ago by a king. He was into chemistry, and once caused a reaction that blew up half the palace. Remarkably he survived, although now many people in Krakow didn't like him, so he moved to Warsaw and made it the capital, the reason why people from Krakow and Warsaw don't like each other too much.
At the end of the tour, we decided to kick off the birthday celebrations. We went for the closest thing we could get to a ...
... hotel is on the river, with the Krakow Castle (or Wawa) to the left and the old town to the back of the hotel. There is a green park surrounding the old town that makes for a very nice walk.
I ended up at the old town square, which had lots going on. There was the typical market, selling all sorts of wares. But the best part of the market was the Polish food stalls. At 10 am I was sitting on ...