Since I spotted that Kraków had a Zamenhof Street yesterday, I really didn't have much choice this morning than to get up earlier to track it down before breakfast.
It took a while to cover the ground but the street appeared into view. A word in orange on the facade of the shop across the word looked familiar:
Sure enough, it read how it was supposed to:
There were proper street signs, of course:
Plus a plaque:
Returning back across the road, I saw some very attractive buildings:
They were particularly nice close up:
Everything appeared to be quite pretty:
By the point I'd finished taking these photos, I was going to be late for breakfast, so I had to dash back. We had a big day ahead of us; one which deserves its own blog entry, because it was a visit to the most infamous site in the world, testament to the darkest depths of depravity to which the species has ever plunged: Auschwitz.