Hotel u Schnellu
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... the Soviets during the communism period and finished off at the Mozart theater. That's another humbling place. This is the only building in the world that is still standing where Mozart once conducted. Mozart was where I was! And I probably would have just passed the building without looking at it twice had it not been for the tour.
I then got some lunch before my castle tour at 2pm. Turns out it was the same guide. She took our small group to ...
... in the centre of the complex. It was SOS beautiful and detailed, a miracle it survived WWII and the Soviet years. So much ornamentation and exquisite stained glass in a majestic building. Later, we descended from the castle and found our way to a dock to take a. One hour cruise on the Vltava River up to and under the Charles Bridge and back. A great way to relax and appreciate the ...
... runway at the middle of the esplanade. At 1pm there was a fashion show. The environment was quite cool, very "summer" kind of environment, with a lot of people wearing shorts, miniskirts, sleeveless shirts, and flip flops and sandals. I guess this makes a different sight of what I will see in a few weeks in Iran and Saudi Arabia. During breakfast I posted a few messages and requests in couchsurfing, and by lunchtime someone had responded for Saturday evening plans. ...
... over here where heaps of ppl don't speak English! I spilled tomato sauce on myself so now I'm dressed like a slob and I'm dirty... Oh well! As it turned out I didn't need to worry about clothese because most ppl were tourists. It was just a small hall but soooo pretty. The ensemble was small but really really good! Especially the principal violinist. I got a cd at the end with all the songs they did on ...
... lots of yummy food to try! Our friend Phil from our first Contiki suggested that we try a traditional Polish meal called ruskie pierogi, they are kind of like dumplings but even better. I could eat them all day and be a very happy girl.
During our stay in Krakow we visited Aushwitz, this was a very emotional experience. I plan on writing a separate blog about our trip to Aushwitz because I have so much that I want to write about it and I don’t want to miss any ...
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