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Crossed the border to Poland yesterday, on a nice warm day.
As always, changing from one to another country brings changes to get used to.
It starts with some different letters in their alphabet , and the difficult pronouncing.
Well all this, I was going to find out, and will in the coming few days.
The destination I aimed to reach was Wraclaw, a 200 km ride, stage Nr. 10, which I reached tired but ...
... t want to leave the place. Wroclaw is in the western part of Poland and has an interesting history. It went back and forth between Bohemian and Polish rule, then was taken into the Austrian empire, Prussia, Germany and then given back to Poland after WWII. Considering that it was extensively damaged during the war (and during wars throughout history), it really is quite picturesque. There's also a quirkiness to the city in that there are ...
... so it continues for 50 km or so until we reach the renovated stretch. Curious that the roads nearest to the German border are the worst.
*SG is out of her language comfort zone. How on earth are you expected to pronounce:
'Wschodnia Obwodnica Gornoslaskiego Okregu'? Even the Sat Nav lady sounds as if she is fudging it!
* We reach Wroclaw late afternoon. Time for a walk.The ...
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Then we started walking back to the city center, having lunch at Pizza Hut...yeah, I know...sooo Polish ;) Our next stop was supposed to be Ostrow Tumski. It's literally a place where the city began. A few centuries ago it was a little town by itself and later the first bridges were constructed and the original small settlement started to spread beyond the river banks. We could admire several huge cathedrals over there - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, The Church of ...