Saturday, July 26, 2014

Krakow: A Gem

I can't remember the last time I went to Krakow just to visit and enjoy the city. It's not too far of a drive from home, but I don't remember even seeing some of the most famous sights in Krakow. 

Some friends from the States came to stay with us for a couple of days before heading to their English Camp on the other side of Czech. When they mentioned they would love to see Krakow, I was thrilled when Mom got excited about the idea and we made plans to take a trip there the next day. I finally got to see the city on a beautiful summer day and enjoy it without any other agenda (like an airport run, or passport renewal, etc). 

It could not have been a more perfect day to stroll across plazas, into gardens and down cobblestone roads. 

It's good to be in Europe again. I'm thankful for new friends (on my part), old friends (Yvonne knew my parents 29 years ago!), and the majesty of the Lord, which He displays through His creation and by how he gifted people to make such beautiful things like castles and palaces.

P.S. Thankfully, the flu was only a 24-hour one, so I felt fine again in Krakow. Thank you Lord!


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