When in Poland, drink beer and eat sausage 🍺
This market in Krakow's main square reminded me of the Christmas Markets I used to visit back home in England. And just like those markets, I spent the entire time eating and drinking my way around it.⠀
I got a bit obsessed with this grilled Polish cheese and cranberry sauce. So surprisingly tasty.
The beautiful St. Mary's Basilica in Krakow's Main Square. The inside is even more impressive.⠀ ⠀ If you happen to be around there in the afternoon you might even be lucky enough to hear the bugle being played from one of the top windows.⠀
Although I didn't personally take one (mainly because I feel sorry for the horses), taking a traditional horse and cart ride in Krakow's Old Town is a big draw for the tourists.⠀
Unfortunately this was one of the last walks we would take with this gorgeous little guy. But he certainly had fun on this walk, running around, eating treats and nearly falling into the Lough.
Admiring the views⠀
Legend has it that the Giants Causeway was formed as a result of a feud between Irish giant Finn McCool and Scottish giant Benandonner.⠀ ⠀ Finn McCool pulled up chunks of the land and threw them into the sea to create a stone walkway across to Scotland to go and teach Benandonner a lesson. But when he gets there he quickly retreats, terrified by the Scottish Giant's huge size.⠀ ⠀ When Benandonner follows him back across to Ireland, Finn manages to scare him off by disguising himself as a baby, making the giant think that if the baby is that size then the father must be huge.⠀ ⠀ Its either that or a volcanic eruption that formed the Causeway 😂 I prefer the Finn McCool story.