|Corpus Christi Church|
|Floating Pig in River|
I decided to set off to the Jewish area of Krakow known as the Karimierz district I saw a tram coming that was headed there and made an attempt to climb on the steps were really high and my legs froze and I was petrified as to how I would get on when suddenly two people on the tram saw me and both ran forward and dragged me on board. I had to get a ticket and I found what I thought was the box and struggled to put money in. It was not the right place and I did not see any other place to pay my fare.
I got off in the area and started down the street. I could see a church and decided to check it out Corpus Christi Church which was founded by King Casimir the Great in 1335 is an example of Cracow Gothic.
|Our Lady of Grace|
|Men only section|
|Kazimierz Town Hall|
After that I felt a bit peckish so I went into a bakery and had a nice cheese danish and a cup of tea and then explored some more. I could see the towers of a church in the distance and headed towards it. It was the church if St Michael the Archangel at Skalka. "Skalka" means "a slight rock" in Polish. It was a beautiful baroque church and monastery of Pauline Fathers The grounds were beautiful I walked up the stairs but you had to get a ticket which was downstairs and after walking down , my knees were beginning to hurt and I knew I had quite a ways to go to just get back to the tram. I headed back to the trams and this time I was able to find the box to put the money into. I also had to wait a little while longer to get a tram with a handicap symbol so it was easier to get on to the tram.
|Church of St Michael the Archangel and St Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr at Skalka|
|on the grounds of the church|
|watching the world go by her window|