| ||Today's Stats: 107km, 31C clear||Today's Route: Krasnik, Lublin, Lubartow||Favorite Sign:
careful cows||Favorite Food: good pasta|
|Internet Cafe||1hr use||4|
|Czokolat Restauracya||pasta, beer, tea||22|
|Market Across St||water, ice cream, juice||7|
|Hotel Relax||bean soup, fries, salad, beer||12|
|Hotel Relax||simple room w breakfast||60|
What a city it was-more than one square and known for their alleys. It is an industrial city, but the old part is very quaint. After a good pasta lunch in an outdoor cafˇ on the main square, we walked up the tower above the town gate for quite an amazing view of the city. I shopped for a skirt and top but had no luck. It was quite frustrating trying to figure out the European sizes and the dressing room in this huge department store was only a curtain to close. I decided I needed a skirt since NO women wear shorts, they do wear slacks, jeans and skirts that come up to their crotches. However, men can wear anything, including no shirt! We visited their castle but opted out of visiting their church as it was 5pm and we needed to boogie on down the road.
Supper in their restaurant consisted of Polish soup, ham and bean, and tomatoes and fries, with
ketchup. Tomatoes are quite plentiful, sold at roadside stands and growing in greenhouses and
fields along the way. They eat ketchup on everything, even as pizza sauce!
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