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... since the middle ages. But underneath the Square you could view the layers of archaeology and history of the city, in the most fabulous interactive, modern museum - Poland has a gift in modern museums, the few we visited were all so fabulous. I was quite excited seeing ‘real’ medieval archaeology that has only yet existed in books and movies for me.
... positive surprises you earn position number eight on the list.
No. COUNTRY DAYS
1 THAILAND 40 DAYS
2 CAMBODIA 20 DAYS
3 OMAN 05 DAYS
4 SWEDEN 04 DAYS
5 MALAYSIA 28 DAYS
6 VIETNAM 30 ...
... I feel we must brave the weather and hit the streets right away. Gwenn has been busy reading up on all that is available from our little Frommer's on Krakow and seems to have a plan – it is lovely to see her in charge and brimming with ideas.
July 1st, 2013
We have heard from all of the guides we have had up to now: Germany and its new leaders are at last, far removed from those generations who felt uncomfortable discussing ...
... asked me to help her – by rating her guesthouse. Which I agreed to do. Now I have that little pang of guilt accompanying an as-yet unfulfilled promise that I’m worried I’ll forget about.
As for readers of this blog – Wera guesthouse gets four stars out of five. The only thing that counts against this place for me is there is a stopped clock ...
... Krakow. The whole sleeping thing had just put everything over the top and we needed to find another place to stay.
We got to the mall at about noon to try and find an ATM. We ended up eating lunch there and discovered that the Polish like ketchup on their pizza. Very interesting, and delicious actually. It's mainly because they don't put tomato sauce on their pizza. We also did some shopping. I was in a good mood after we did some book shopping in an American book store, ...