I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
A great video. It looks/sounds like an exceptional city and area. Maybe someday I'll get there. My maternal grandfather was from Warsaw but left for England n the early 1900s.
Mitchell I hope one day you visit Poland
Cracow is a very interesting place, would love to visit if have the chance.
Maybe one day
A most interesting video of Krakow, many thanks Gosia.I prefer the "K" spelling over the "C" spelling - to me the "K" seems more European or Polish (for the "nit-Picker brigade" - ha ha).I can assure you that Krakow certainly features in James A Michener's book - "Poland" - from early village size and over the centuries to present size.CheersColin
Collin Polish spelling is K but English one ic C. Krakow is very popular city. It was the capital of Poland in the past.