Krobielowice Palace

Address: Wroclawska 21, Krobielowice, Western Poland, 55-080, Poland | Castle
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This castle is located on Wroclawska 21, Krobielowice.
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Travel Blogs from Krobielowice

January in Poland

A travel blog entry by chanel.mace on Feb 04, 2015

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Hello Friends,

I apologize I have been MIA for the past two weeks. But my life hasn't been too exciting. My exciting news is that I am moving rooms! I am being spoiled and moving to the biggest room in the dorms, with its own bathroom! You have no idea how happy I am to report this EXCITING news!! The only downfall (which actually may be a great thing) is my new room mate is going to be a 40 year old Bulgarian woman. At least she will have a ...

Wroclaw poland

A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Dec 16, 2014

We caught the bus from berlin to wroclaw. Up early as the bus left at 7am and took I think about 4-5 hours again. We had been out the night before at hofbrau house near the city for our last chance at German pork knuckle like we had at oktoberfest! It was amazing at the time but jason and I both think we got crook from it. ...

Week 4 and 5

A travel blog entry by chanel.mace on Dec 08, 2014

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... my son learn how to properly dance when I am a mother. It is so much fun. They also played all American music, like hip-hop and pop. I knew all the words to basically very song because they are a few years behind. It was a fun night.

I probably wont write another blog until I get back from Christmas Break January 3rd. My travel plans are Krakow Dec 12-15th, Back to Wroclaw 15-18, Prague 19-22, Munich 22nd-26th, Dresden from Dec ...

Neon Lights

A travel blog entry by brett-millie on Aug 09, 2010

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... there are around 600 restaurants and 90% of them are losing money. Everywhere we went we saw drunk people, almost always old guys. I was told that during communism they had a safety net. They owned nothing and worked for pittance but it was a community (no pun intended) nonetheless. But after the fall of communism when people were left to fend for themselves in a free market and that safety net was gone, a lot of people fell through ...

U-turn back home

A travel blog entry by enniaa on Feb 03, 2010

My world turned up side down all the sudden when I heard of my mom's diagnose with cancer. It was clear from the moment I got the news, I'd be returning home as soon as possible to be there for her and the rest of the family... Man, only about a month ago I was visiting home right after Christmas and everything was fine, even had some great ...