Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Pit Stop in Krakow

After visiting the Black Madonna, we hopped back in the car and ventured further South to Krakow.
Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and its former Capital.

We stayed in a cute little European hotel, across the street from Wawel Castle. 

That's pronounced "Va-Vall" y'all. 

For the History of Wawel, click here

A quick night picture on the way to the Old Town Square for dinner.
The weather was so nice - not the frigid cold we had expected - so we dined alfresco and enjoyed the people-watching.
And by that I mean staring openly at the table of German senior adults behind us who pounded Vodka shots. 
And that's pronounced "Wow-zers," not "Vow-zers."

The next morning, we briefly toured the Castle, which has been massively restored.

Just for's the room Mrs. Carroll and I stayed in. 

Next stop... Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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