Just after Easter my parents went to Dublin for a short break. I decided to join them on the last day of their break and go to the Guinness Storehouse as I’d never been before! I arrived early in Dublin having got the bus down and decided to take a walk around the streets and sights of Dublin before meeting my parents.
On our second to last day we went to the Wieliczka Salt Mine on the outskirts of Krakow. To say that the Salt Mines are nothing less than spectacular is an understatement. They are amazing, fantastic, awesome etc.! Plus if you like industrial history then this is the place for you. Read on reader (Jane Eyre reference) to find out more about what I did on my last few days in Krakow!
The sun is in the sky, the beer is chilled and it’s officially my favorite time of year – Irish summertime! With that in mind I’ve compiled a list of five things that I’m really into right now and my summer travel plans to Denmark, Menorca and possibly Lisbon!
Another day, another Krakow blog post! On my second day in Krakow, Poland I really fell in love with the city, the architecture, the food and most imporantly the food! We had a bit more energy after our late arrival and an amazingly comfortable bed and yummy breakfast. We stayed here. But there are loads of places to stay in Krakow to suit every budget. Now onto the pictures!
As you read this I’m officially on my sixth trip of the year so far and by the time I get back I’ll have already been on ten flights this year. I’m away in England for the wedding of one of my best friends from Uni and only need to take a small back pack with me so I’d thought I’d show you how I pack a backpack! What a mouthful!