I returned home from 2 weeks in Poland late last Wednesday night, and jumped right back into working at the restaurant Friday morning. Between that and a bad case of jet lag (is there ever a good case of jet lag?) I haven’t had time to do much else. Today is the first day I feel like I can really breathe again, and I wanted to share a little bit about my trip.
I took a ton of pictures on my vacation, and managed to narrow it down to 50-ish by showing only the best and by limiting pictures to myself, Mr. B. and the bride. I am going to split my pictures between 2 posts – today’s being what we did and tomorrow’s post for what we ate and drink. I do love my food.
We did some touristy things and also spent a lot of time just hanging out at my best friend’s home. Our gaggle of people ranged from 8-12 (mostly the bride-to-be’s family) before the wedding and it made for a crazy amount of fun times.
We visited the Wieliczka Salt Mine, took a 3 hour city tour on a golf cart, and went to the Remuh Cemetery (also known as the old Jewish cemetery) in the historic Krakow neighborhood of Kazimierz.
We went to Wawel Royal Castle and Mr. B and I took a day trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. We also spent a lot of time in the Rynek Główny, the main square in the city center, and took horse drawn carriage rides around the city center twice.
Right in the middle there was a beautiful wedding of an amazing couple (I love you both!)