It was time to bid farewell to Krakow and head west to London. At the same time Sharon and Emma were on their way to London via Hong Kong as well.
I Got up early, did a final pack and was out by 5.10am. I had a 5:56 train and didn’t want to take and risks in missing it. Found train platform easily and discovered it was already here, but not letting people on it yet. Everything with this train is well marked no issue finding carriage or seat number. Quite a few people already waiting for the train, this one heads across the country and its final destination is Gdańsk.
Train left spot on time. Of course the day I leave the sun is out and it looks like it will be a glorious weekend. Conductor Checks ticket and name on ticket matches passport. Even in second class on this train they give you a tea or instant coffee. Any caffeine at this time is welcome but some sugar was added to make it digestible. Once at the Warsaw central station, quickly found the metro ticket office, bought a 75 minus ticket (the transfer takes just over 20 minutes, so the “cheaper” ticket won’t cut it). Got the S3 fast train to the airport.
I managed to spend my last 30 zlotys getting breakfast at the airport which was a coffee and an apple muffin. Not sure what it is with Airports but they food is almost exactly the same in everyone. This was pretty tasteless.
My flight was delayed out of Warsaw and delayed in Heathrow so I only really had time to check into the apartment here then head back out to Paddington station for Sharon and Emma to arrive. Arrive they did and we went out for some Pizza in the Leadenhall Market
British Airways were not having a good day. Delays at both airports and they ran out of for mid Service. Everyone says London has horrible weather. When we go there we get heatwaves !
Hello London !
We are not in Krakow anymore Toto. Back to Western European prices for thee. This would have fed me for 2-3 days in Krakow.