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... is 78.
After everything we ate they still wanted to send us home with more food. Thank you, but no thank you.
Plans to meet up tomorrow were made so we are all very happy and looking forward to what tomorrow brings.
To start the day both Carmen and Danita decided, because they could, that they would indulge in having Pierogi for breakfast. And they did just that. Same place we ate at on our first night in Poland.
The plans were to meet ...
... so the time went by really fast. One word I learned today was byc, which is pronounced '*****' and means 'to be'. Our teacher told us it is a very common word and we would be using it a lot so I figured I better get that one down right away. haha. I think that was one of the only words that was easy to pronounce today. What make the language so difficult is all of ...
We are starting to make a habit of taking long walks in the freezing cold in the early morning. I think this is a habit we need to break. Despite being urged to take the metro from the hostel to the bus stop we decided to do the 5 km or so walk. We made it to the bus station just as the snow started to pick up. The bus was scheduled to leave at 8 am and we would end up in Krakow about 5 hours later. John and I happened to be standing at the perfect spot on the pavement ...
... crafts and of course lots of Gluhwein.
It seemed that everyone was warming themselves up with the Gluhwein- a warm mulled wine full of spices and deceptively benign tasting. As I walked around Market Square, laughter and music filled the air; fashionable women and well-dressed men were walking hand in hand. It really is the place to see and be seen. I wandered in and out of numerous little coffee houses- each with its own personality, down spiral staircases ...
... 4 days in Krakow. I really love the place. Meanwhile Gary had phoned us from Zakopane and said that the horse guy he went to see had a B&B in the mountains (very cheap) and it would be well worth a look, so we decided to head the 100 km south and have a look at the Tatra Mountains, and I did read about a gorge that might be worth seeing in some National Park down there.... mmmm, Sounds fun!