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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in and gave this region back to Poland only to take another part away. There was much rebuilding to what it is today. You can see the German and Solviet influence in the architecture. The Polish people packed everything they could bring with to the southwestern region that was more German influenced than anything and used what they brought with to make it feel more "Polish" or more like home. There is a library that books ...
... he packed a pair of mine and forgot his. He was complaining how they didn't fit him . . . too tight and short. Thank God, it will be a bad day for me when Mike fits in my clothes and even worse when he wants to wear them. We have another wonderful hotel, a room in an old grainery. We are a short walk from all the action. We are hoping to experience more of the city tomorrow on a bike tour. Having a wonderful time and making the most of every minute. - ...
... spending the next few hours with them. We climbed the tower at the cathedral (probably the highest point in the city) from which we had a fabulous view of Wroclaw, strolled along the river and finally ended up having a long boozy lunch in the square. Amazingly after taking for some time it emerged that they know a friend of mine from my University days who also came from Sale. It really is a small small world! Tired, we returned to our Hotel for a well earned rest. Tomorrow Czestochowa ...
... road, hoping to end up in the centre.
Now, when asking younger people for direction, without exception, help was given in very good English .
I went out to the city to have some food, it was very lively and entertaining . The night was spend in a Hostel, shared one room with 6 others.
Working out now we're heading today . Warsaw is a bit too far, so somewhere in between.
1702: Founding of the Jesuit Academy, today's Wroclaw University.
1741: Breslau becomes part of Prussia.
1807: Napoleon captures the city and its medieval defences are destroyed.
1871: Unification the German Empire; Breslau enters as its third most prominent city.
1913: The Centennial Hall (Hala Stulecia) is built.
1933: The Nazis comes to power in Germany.
1938: Kristallnacht - Jewish synagogues torched, homes looted and burned.