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... painting. Just about six feet from the rope barrier. No photos were allowed. We also toured the Palace's collection of armaments, it was very interesting to see Turkish saddles from centuries ago. There was also a very impressive collection of swords, pikes, daggers and other implements of war, enough to make the prop folks at "Game of Thrones" quite green with envy.
Tim and I booked a tour to Auschwitz/Birkenau for Wednesday. Anna had visited ...
... It has an amazing medieval wood carved altar which is 11 metres wide by 13 metres high, it depicts 12 different scenes from the bible. Two of the outer wings fold in and there are 12 more biblical scenes depicted, apparently this is the largest altar (medieval carved wood) of its kind in Europe. It took the 15th century German artist Veit Stoss 12 years to complete this magnificent work. PM - Had lunch in a vegetarian restaurant called Green Day, both had soup as it was ...
... the UK still.
Infact Paul and Danita will catch up with him in the UK in September and he will be visiting us in Geelong in October!
Can't wait to tell them and compare stories.
Didn't have a lot of time as Halina (Andzrej's wife) was ringing to see where we were.
We got stuck in some sort of traffic jam and were being redirected by the police to go another way so it took us a very long time but we finally made it.
Their daughter who is living in the ...
... Mary. It is huge and beautiful. Just out front of the basilica there were some vents blowing air on the ground and a flock of pigeons had taken up residence in front of the air. The air was not warm but the birds would not move for anything... not even if you almost stepped on them.
We walked up to the top of the old town and saw the barbican wall and passed through an old city gate. There was supposed to be a traditional market somewhere near there but we ...
... 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 ...