So I went to Krakow, finally. I’ve been planning this for a long time, yet the right moment was just now, thanks to a dear dear friend. And I truly loved it.
First things first, our host first words were literally “in this house we drink! ” Hey! Who am I to argue? (A lot of thank you’s for the hospitality and for making my trip memorable 😘)
Krakow is poetry really.
Krakow is architecture and impossibly good looking castles.
Krakow is history and Jewish cakes and beautiful girls.
Krakow is friends and friendly people (most of them).
Krakow is fun, surprises and happy bikes.
Krakow is green trees and sun and a summer rain.
Krakow is delicious charlotka and lemonades .
Krakow is impossible to describe really but it feels like home.
Lastly but the most important: Krakow is the poignant heartbreaking memory of The Holocaust.
”Thou shall not be a victim, thou shall not be a perpetrator, but above all, thou shall not be a bystander”.