It's May the busiest month for me as a teacher.
Firstly it's the month when we organise school trips at place and international ones. So next week I am going to the Polish mountains with my students at the weekend. Secondly I am going to Comenius project to Germany (Stuttgart) with students. We will be 8 days there. What's more I am an examiner for Central Examination Board so this weekend I am working.
So my private life is ruined and not interesting. And the last the first week in June I am going to London and Brighton with 48 students. Luckily I can take my daughter.
Now let's come back to Cracow my favourite city which I have visited many times and I am not bored.
The Błonia is the largest European meadow (48 ha) located in the heart of the city. The site can be found in the pages of the history of Poland as early as in 1162. At that time Jaksa of Miechow, a fabulously rich Cracow magnate, donated his estate in the Zwierzyniec suburb to the Convent of Premonstratensian Sisters. He did to receive god's blessing for his pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
According to chronicles, the meadow was the venue for gathering to welcome 1254 envoys from Assisi who brought the Pope's bull declaring the Stanislavus of Szczepanow the first Polish Saint.
It was also the first Holy Mass celebrated by Pope in 1978. But the most important for Cracovians and strangers you can relax here.