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... the pavement and a heap of little dwarves which are all over the city- you don't need to look for them you just come across them. The town hall is a huge beautiful building that looks like a giant cuckoo clock and all the surrounding buildings are all so colourful and pretty! I defiantly recommend a stop in wroclaw but one is ...
... week. I did not go because he spoke in Italian and then it was translated to Polish so I would not have been able to understand anything. But my classmate Paolo went because he is Italian, and got to speak with him. And Medini told Paolo that there are so many pretty girls here but he should focus on his Artwork first. How fantastic.
I loved skyping with the whole family on Thanksgiving. It was so nice to see everyone’s happy faces. I wish I could’ve been ...
... uses his art to make that culture as real as possible. Its hard to explain but he is a super weirdly bizarre and cool man. We had two large lectures from him and then our small program had a personal mentoring session with him. I will attached photos that were taken of all of it. Honestly it was so nice being around someone from the united states. And he knew two of my teachers well, Danny Miller and Shaurya Kumar from SAIC. I haven't met anyone from the US so it just makes me ...
... prices are comparatively cheap compared to other European cities. We had Sunday soup which is broth with dumplings and only served on? That's right, Sundays. I had goulash and Diane had potatoes pancakes. And along with a couple of Polish beers, Piast, the bill came to about $30. Another thing Diane pointed out is that unlike every other country we've been to the locals don't assume we are Americans. Routinely, we would be given English menus. ...
* Andy is craving pizza so we eat Italian in Poland. Shame on us. More World Cup football to be watched of course.
*After supper we stroll over to the island complex opposite the old city centre - Piasek Island which might as well be called Church Island since there are lots of them. Nowadays, and no doubt after major but tasteful renovation, there are also bars & restaurants. It is ...