Nordic House Apartments
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... some metal staging the
day before but thought it was for this film festival that is happening
next week. Unfortunately, I found out it was a Catholic holiday (Corpus
Christi?) and all the museums and many of the stores were therefore
closed. Boo! I was planning on checking out the museum that runs under
the square about the history of Krakow, but no. And I was going to
... day, it was simply and informatively called Vodka Bar and that was exactly why we were going there. Ordering was easy as we already knew we were after the taster and for the next hour or so we delighted in trying everything from hazelnut and quince right through to espresso flavoured Vodkas.Our action packed day done it was the perfect night cap and with a farewell to our new friend we made our way home to fall into bed.
Morning came around much sooner ...
... you went simply to drink milk - an attempt at encouraging people to consume more dairy products, rather than drinking moonshine - and have all the charm and sanitary standards of a service station bathroom.)
On reaching the main square, we explored the market inside the Cloth Hall and admired St Mary's Church (where every hour a local fireman plays a sombre tune on his trumpet, a reminder of Tartar Raids in the 13th Century, which were observed from the Church's ...
... Rome, in Europe must be here in Krakow, there are thousands of tourists in, around, above this city!! Had a look through the Cloth Hall in the middle of the town square, it was built in the 14th century and is huge and jam packed with stalls selling amber, crafts and tourist junk! Then we had dinner at a great little restaurant in one of those squares in the middle of an apartment building, Pierogi's and salad! Early bed tonight as it's off to the Salt Mines ...
... can be found. It is big. Weighing in at 13 Tonnes and requiring 12 people to ring it. Fortunately for them it is only rung on special occasions, maybe a dozen times a year. The castle interior was splendid and the underground tombs were interesting.
After an amazing lunch in the sun, i took Zapiekanka, a Polish halved baguette or bread topped with fried onions, mushrooms and cheese. Sooo good! We ventured to Oskar ...