What a beautiful city with nice, friendly people! Frankfurt was a bit of a worry (the special needs people took care of me, but my wife and our friends had to take care of themselves and arrived just as the flight to Krakow was boarding), but we (and our luggage) arrived in Krakow on time and after a nap we walked a bit (a bit is all I can do), took a golf cart tour of the city, and just had a nice meal at a Georgian restaurant. Tomorrow we visit the Wawel castle. The important thing is that we're here, and I'll be in Katowice by the 27th, as required.
Registered Professional Engineer, Registered Professional Forester and a former Professor of Forest Operation Management at UNB. I was diagnosed with secondary progressive MS in 2004. I
was assessed and treated for CCSVI in Poland on April 29th, 2010. I
have seen improvements in my fatigue and balance.