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Czesc (that's hello in Polish) First thing we notice upon arrival in Poland is that it's much cooler here than where we have been over the last two months. The hunt for cooler weather is officially over. Ahhhhhh a lovely 28C. The other thing we notice - Polish porn. I'll come back to that. For all of you back at home not knowing what to cook for dinner tonight. I wish I was you. I miss my pots and pans incredibly. If I were you, I'd be making this ...
... But in the end the train was only 20 minutes late. My plan was to check out the scenery of the Polish countryside, but for the first couple of hours this was a non event. There were lots of trees and when the trees cleared there were paddocks. For all the paddocks I saw one herd of cows. The terrain was flat and uninspiring. But that all changed about an hour from Krakow. Suddenly there were valleys, a couple of lakes, crops which looked a lot like cabbages growing up the side ...
... painted the background over with black paint - you can really tell that it is too stark a contrast for this painting - wonder why they needed to do this. Also, interesting that the Nazi's seized these paintings for what would have been a museum created by Hitler and that it was returned. Finally visited the treasures and all the armory - so many swords, guns and armor. What a long history of war and battles for this country - cannot believe that conquering was ...
... around the old town. She just loves the horse and carriage set-up – such a little princess! It was lovely and relaxing, so much so that Zac fell asleep.
After the ride we had some cold refreshments, in the cafes that surround the city square. Not cheap but great for people ...
Monday Morning I woke up at my planned time of 9:00am. I had to pack up my things and check out before I walked over to the main square to join the free walking tour at 10:00am. Thankfully, my hostel had a storage room where I could keep my luggage for the day. I walked down to the main square and grabbed some breakfast from the street markets. I had an unnamed treat consisting of a long grilled piece of bread with a lard/garlic ...