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Wroclaw (pronounced Rotswaf), is the largest city in western Poland. It is situated on the River Odra (Oder). At various times in history, it has been part of the Kingdom of Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, and Germany. It became part of Poland in 1945, as a result of the border changes after the Second World War.
The Market Square, Wrocław is ...
... there nervous and on guard and willing us to leave.
Finally the cleaning lady arrived and escorted us into the building. I was hoping that would make me feel relieved - you know, being inside, seeing the foyer of the building and shutting out the nastiness on the street.
I can’t even describe the entrance. I would have taken a picture of it if I wasn’t afraid to pull out my phone for fear of it being jacked. It was ...
... heavily bombed and damaged in WWII but since then they have done a fantastic job of recreating and repairing the central area. There are not too many tourist attractions in Wroclaw but one that i thought was pretty cool was the gnome hunt. They have placed 150 gnomes all over the city and you can buy a map and by finding all the gnomes you actually get to see most of the city and it's sights. We didn't buy a map but we did manage to spot quite a ...
... grab one of the chairs adjacent to a table and I sat my bag in the chair next to me. Two hours of reading passed quicker than I would have liked and I found myself disembarking and on the hunt for my next train. The station we had arrived in was a pretty miserable number of blue steel and poured concrete. I went on a short search for my train, established it was on platform 4 and worked my way there. Not entirely sure if I had ...
... villages, and practice saying "Aaar".
When I learned that we were to attack another city, herein referred to as “The Claw” (because even pirates like a good Jim Carey movie reference), a clandestine meeting near the stern was commenced between the voices in my head. The current chartered course was especially appalling of the high commander when he knew my treasure chests were ...