Sunday, September 10, 2006


So, one of the things you never count on is how just a little while in some places can be really rewarding. On our way from Warsaw to Dubrovnik, we had a few hours to kill in Krakow, and although not really a destination, it was fun to walk around Krakow again, taking in some sights I remembered from my trip a year ago, and some new ones as well. We had lunch at a traditional Georgian restaurant we had enjoyed eating at before, and it was neat to feel like we were ale to cover familiar ground.

Similarly, in Split Croatia, we had just a few hours, but we made the best of it. It was very cool to see the palace of Diocletian, and the giant open air market there. I suppose we could have enjoyed more of it, but what we saw was nice, and more or less unplanned, but definitely added to the sightseeing. Little stops like that really make the days seem full.

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