(And now I’m going to be late for work).
We hope that you enjoyed your flight and that your stay in London, or wherever your final destination may be, is a pleasant one.
Another Poland post (while I’m still hemming and hawing over what to do with the blog):
The hostel where I stayed in Edinburgh was arranged such that three or four bedrooms (each holding 4-8 people) had access to a common kitchen area. Howard and Dominick (who were traveling separately) were staying in one of the rooms and each of them did a lot of cooking there. There were both also perfectly happy to go out in the evenings to hear music with me.
On my way up to Edinburgh in September, I stopped in York for the day. York is in northern England and has significant Roman and Viking history, as well as a tremendous cathedral, which was built on the site of a Roman fortress. Among other things (including buying cold medicine and kleenex), I took one of the free walking tours of the town. This was the tour guide. He just looks like he knows stuff, doesn’t he?
I got back from Poland last night. It was a great trip, and I took a lot of photos, so I won’t go through the whole thing here. But here are a few pictures to begin at least a little of the description of the trip.
Wow! So I’m posting this from my Blackberry. I’m currently on a train from Wrocław to Kraków. It didn’t occur to me until now to use the Blackberry to post, and it’s a much slower process than on a computer, but it’s amazing what opportunities can present themselves on a four-and-a-half hour train ride.