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scuffleball
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Hopefully a little less obscure - does anyone know anything about Krakow? I found some old MW reports.

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Spike

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quote:
Originally posted by scuffleball:
Hopefully a little less obscure

Nope. Could you give us a little more about what you want to,talk about?

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Well, St. John Paul II was archbishop there before he became pontiff. Does that help? [Votive] [Votive] [Votive]
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Barefoot Friar

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We are going to need a lot more, Scuffleball. Please write a proper OP so that we can have a proper discussion. Thank you!

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I have been there twice on holiday and visited a lot of churches. I have nine ticked off in my guide book, but I'm sure I visited more than that. I didn't go to any services, though.
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k-mann
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quote:
Originally posted by scuffleball:
Hopefully a little less obscure - does anyone know anything about Krakow? I found some old MW reports.

They have streets. You can even buy food there.

[ 10. May 2015, 19:18: Message edited by: k-mann ]

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no prophet's flag is set so...

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I liked Krakow. We stayed in a hotel purported to be the former home of Copernicus. The transit worked, the people were extraordinarily kind, the perogies were better than those on the Canadian prairies. The costs for travellers were low compared to most countries to the west and south west. Their rotgut slivoviska is for the brave (I am spelling it wrong, it's like the Croatian rakia or Portuguese madroña, both of which I think I'm also inventing spellings for). A day trip to Auschwitz is harrowing and troubling of my dreams still. Don't try to speak German in Poland.

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Barefoot Friar

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Given the lack of an actual topic of discussion and no input from the original poster in over five days, I'm going to close this.

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