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... safely (however it would have been nice to have air-con on the tram since it was a rather warm day).
By the time we arrived it was after 12pm, so Isabelle and Zac wanted lunch. We walked slowly towards the Rynek, and stumbled onto an Italian restaurant. It has been a few weeks since our visit to Italy so we were ready for some more Italian food again. We were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the wood fired pizza, ...
... watched Kuba's Dad make the dough. It was quite fun and while we aren't huge pierogi fans, these homemade ones were tastier than the restaurants. Although we had a few with strawberries inside which were served in a buttery sauce with sugar and they were totally amazing. Pawet and Eva had joined us on Sunday and being dentists they gave Brad a complimentary root canal after dinner which was an interesting way to spend Sunday evening. And so our time in Poland has ...
... pin on his jacket. Poles noted this and the message. Lech Walesa’s Nobel Peace Prize is viewable in the Czestochowa monastery museum. The national poem of Poland “Pan Tadeusz” talks of the painting’s power!
Czestochowa definitely left an impression on me and I would like to return one day with my mother. I know she would enjoy it.
I only have two days left in Poland. Schindler’s factory and Auschwitz loomed on the ...
... the corner. It wasn't the pub crawl, but it was close enough. We spent the night there, the boys were doing round after round of shots, and I had a great chat to Amy and Sam. Elle and I walked home as the bar was emptying, and the boys turned up not long after. Early morning train might be difficult... Yep, early morning train was a write-off. We made the last minute decision to stay another night. Once everyone was out of bed, Rob went off to the post office ...
... back to the hostel for some much needed shut eye before another day on the bus!
Tour days 39 - 40:
We have reached the last ten days of the tour! How did time go so impossibly fast? Today we headed to Austria, via Slovakia for lunch! We stopped in Bratislava for some traditional lunch at a restaurant that seemed to have a predilection for pictures of women with very large breasts. We then continued on our merry way to Vienna! What a beautiful city! We ...