I walk to Wawel Castle, and enjoy the city view and the medieval-like church architecture with gold and green tops. But the stranger I ask to take my pictures keeps on messing up the focus.
Main Square and the old town are filled with tourists. It’s surrounded by many carriages around the square with the cavalier ladies in black and white medieval costumes. I purchase traditional Polish food to try: pierogi with spinach and cheese, and yummy broccoli with local spices.
The dinner in Jewish Square is nothing special. I order tomato soup with noodles, pasta with paprika pesto and Polish meat stew with cabbage. The pasta is super thick while the stew is very salty. The rain starts pouring so hard that the live band (cello player and violinist) stop playing. Another waitress is very rude. It seems that this type of customer service is the standard in Poland. It seems out of place, as the Polish ladies have pretty faces.
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