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... to call it a night! Good times!
Arriving to Krakow at night with all the lights, it was already much prettier than Berlin. I wondered if in the morning, things would look different. They did not! This city is really pretty, especially the area around the Old Town Square. I think I am going to like it here. My hotel is the Venetian House Aparthotel and it is located right on the Square. Great location!
... we went to grab some lunch. We found a great placed with some traditional polish foods.
After lunch we went back to get our car and drove over to Oskar Schindler factory. This is now a museum to the Holocaust. It has been incredibly put together with great information and they really made you feel like you knew how it was to be in that era. It was very moving to hear again the story of Oskar Schindler, see the names of the people on his list and ...
... slaughtered the beast by feeding him a poisoned lamb... From more accurate sources, the Wawel Castle was the the primary residence of the Polish kings from the 1300's onwards. Built or extended in several phases, a variety of architectural styles can be seen. In 1596, Warsaw became the capital, when the king of the time Sigismund III, literally burnt the house down, when he set fire to the Wawel castle during one of his Alchemy experiments. I spent ...
... Christmas market for dinner. WE quickly fell for the succulent looking pork hock and its accompanying veggies, and man, we were not left disappointed ! As it was easily the best meal either of us have eaten this entire trip!
Upon returning to our accommodation our short stay in Krakow quickly filled up with a variety of tours organized for our next three days, beginning with our free walking tour in the morning.
The free walking tour ...
... said every Sunday and four of them are always crowded with people standing in the aisles. The faith here is so strong and a part of everyday life. The other observation I made as we drove by many cemeteries, is that they were filled with countless bouquets of flowers and candles. Jola told me that people visit the graves of their loved ones on a regular basis, taking flowers and lighting candles. In fact, one of the biggest holidays in Poland is November ...