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... elegant and intimate setting.
Entree was preceded by an appetiser of chicken breast stuffed with pork loin served with cranberry sauce and toast triangles. There was also a little red pepper in the centre of the plate stuffed with cream cheese. I'm not a big fan of sweet sauces with savoury food, but the cranberry and the meat went exceptionally well together. The toast offset the sugar nicely as well as providing a crunchiness to the dish. Really nice ...
... were not enough that open air pits were later built.
The weather was particularly bad, on our arrival in Krakow it had begun to snow, and today there were even hail stones. As we walked into one of the huts, it had begun to hail and some of this came straight through the roof hitting us below. Despite being freezing and not really "enjoying" the visit, this was a very clear way to show just how horrendous life must have been. ...
... potential visitors were told that no more tickets were being allotted for the day, and were turned away at the gate. I'm not entirely certain how the Schindler Factory can sell out of tickets on a freezing October afternoon- this is a Holocaust museum of sorts, not "Kinky Boots"- but there you go. So we gave up and instead visited The Pharmacy Under the Eagle, which was a pharmacy and underground escape route for Jews during the ghetto ...
... 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 ...
Today we had a day of family visits. It was a rainy day so it was quite nice to visit our family and friends, take it easy and catch up with what has been going on in their lives.
First we visited our friends Monika and Janusz, and their little son Tytus. It was fantastic to catch up with them, especially since they were not able to come with us ...