We arrived in Krakow, the second largest city in Poland and one of the oldest. Our hotel was a bit further from the city centre so we were driven to the castle.
Above is the castle taken from down below as we were walking past it on our walking tour of the Old Town. We headed past the castle through the streets and arrived in front of St Andrews Church. It is a Romanesque church built between 1079 - 1098, meaning that this church is 916 years old! 916! This church is 769 years older than Canada! The church is a rare surviving example of a European fortress church used for defensive purposes. You can see in the photo below that there are not too many windows and the smaller ones are perfect for shooting a bow through.
After I finished dinner, I headed out with Amy and Josie. Super glad still that I had ordered first as there was still people waiting in line to order. Poor them. We headed out and headed for the market square again so we could check out the stalls they had set up inside and outside of it. I noted that I wanted to come back here tomorrow to check it out more and didn't end up purchasing anything that night.