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    Krakow In Your Pocket.pdf

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    Maps copyright cartographer. Paderewskiego 1, Sopot the publisher and copyright owner. The Rentapocket, www. Assistant: Bartosz Matyjas 98 18 krakow inyourpocket. Here, more than of November 1st and 2nd. Gone are the mournful, above- and paying tribute to the deceased by visiting their graves.

    Instead each accordance with tradition, families all over Poland will make plot resembles a little garden, with flowers not placed, but pilgrimages to the resting places of their relatives, tending growing around the organic adornments of stones and the gravesites with a care that is truly touching, before laying boulders, wooden crosses and whittled headstones — each wreaths and flowers and lighting candles that will be kept one an original example of highlander folk art.

    Incredibly lit throughout the length of the holiday and beyond. The Old Cemetery is located behind St.

    Nowotarska; both are within easy walking missed by anyone with a heart that still beats. Like so many customs incorporated into Catholicism, this tradition actually has pagan roots. Places were set at the table for the 18th centuries were laid to graze in the royal vault beneath ancestors and fires were often lit on the road showing them the chapel.

    If you enjoy a bit of grave-chasing, the Wawel the way to the house. Here, at dusk, prefer you just experience it for yourself. Take a candle.

    A twenty minute walk the church altar. Reformacka 4. Those with surroundings with grand views of the city and valley below. About a 25 minute walk special microclimate has preserved the bodies of the monks from the market square or take tram number 1 to Salwator and down to the hairs of their earlobes. Happy harrowing. The tight little tables of sell by date. It does have a big, busy terrace though. Meet a richer class of local at Loza Klub Aktora, brightened with alarmingly cheesy fire breathing beasts.

    Large numbers Prince Edward when he was in town.

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    Of the newbies, further round the square p In Kazimierz head to local handicrafts. You could also of of Polish Jews visit the city en route to none stand out more than the excellent Wesele in Propaganda to re-live the days of Socialist Paradise course live like a local and simple Auschwitz see page If you want something just a little less bottom- 44 , but comes with dreaded curfew then and check when museums are Card either see page : cooks for McEnroe.

    For more of meal than a simple in Kazimierz see page Food is good seen anyone turned away, and the signs are more for Sheraton see page 26 , which has over, before ambling down again rabid dogs, watch your mate though, uncomplicated and big burgers, pastas and show than much else. Else take a get kidnapped by mafia nut- ribs. For a more local feed try Pod Wawelem see groups of lads include the Irish Mbassy see page peerless Someplace Else see page Trabant Tour of the city, a rollicking cases.

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    For upmarket and anything approaching cheap. Paparazzi is not the mark, with the Presidential suite at all over town for the day. Is there any stores, while Kazimierz hous- expensive Polish food try Wierzynek see page Fans of opulence es a number of fine art galler- reassuringly expensive cocktails, and champagne ments at the Palac Bonerowski p should visit the Royal Private Apart- ies and antique shops.

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