I’m quite partial to a spot of window gazing and there can be few better places than Kraków to indulge. Beneath the cloisters of the Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) all kinds of temptation beckon. I really couldn’t remain outside the shop with the stained glass angels, but my timing was bad. The gentleman behind the counter politely informed me that he was closing for lunch and gave me his card. So my Polish money stayed in my pocket a while longer!
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Inside the Sukiennice stalls offer up every kind of indulgence, but no windows, so I contented myself with a stroll around the rather damp Rynek. There’s a swish cafe above the Sukiennice, with a terrace open to beguiling views of the Rynek Główny, Europe’s largest Market Square. I didn’t linger long as it started to drizzle.
I actually spent a very interesting couple of hours in the museum beneath the Rynek, Podziemia, which kept me out of the rain very effectively, but more of that another time. One last shot caught my eye before I headed for home.
I’ve been promising to return to Dawn’s Windows challenge for the longest time. This month’s windows are so ‘pretty in pink’. I do hope that you can join me there.
It was a pleasure seeing all of these beautiful photos in different places. I found this travel through the looking glass to be amazing.
I always find travel amazing, Robin. Glad this post ‘reflects’ that 🙂 🙂