Apartamenty Tww Lubicz
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Wat een dag...Laat ik beginnen met te zeggen dat het met Sterre helemaal prima gaat. Mede dankzij alle lieve woorden, kusjes en knuffels uit Nederland. Trap op gaat nog wat moeizaam maar verder loopt ze weer als een kieviet. En dat kan ik weten want we hebben vandaag aardig wat gelopen.
Om zeven uur gaat al onze wekker. We kleden ons snel …
... clock performs a little show with wooden figures of kings and famous professors parading to the music. This was also great to see :) The citizens are so very proud of Polish Pope John Paul II who attended at this very university.
We walked and stood on the steps of a nearby university building and heard the story of how the university was closed by the Germans during the Second World War. A large group of Professors reopened classes during ...
... which Paul says is meant for good luck! How sweet of her.
Lots more photos were taken and we said our goodbyes (Marysia and her husband joined us too) as we headed off to the next cousins house up in the hills. This is in 'Droginia' which is the town where Paul's Mum was born and lived.
Marian showed us exactly the spot where their Mum lived and where he played as a kid in the little creek nearby.
Marian was bought up by his Grandfather and Grandmother as ...
... the friendliness and obvious enterprise of its citizens leaves you in no doubt this city will one day return to to its former glory. From Wroclaw we continued our journey deeper into the old Soviet bloc, down to Krakow. Wow! This city has well and truly thrown off its communist shackles and moved forward.This is a city that knows how to party. Our first full day was spent getting merry, talking and drinking with other tourists in a ...
... as soon as we arrived to kind of get our bearings. We went to a delicious little restaurant for dinner. We had an entree, a main and 2 beers and it cost me $24 NZD. Woohoo. My main was weird but good. The goulash in bread was beyond delicious. There is a tale of how a man saved the town by playing the trumpet when people were coming to attack. He died during the attack so to remember him and his warning the play the trumpet on ...