Hotel HP Park Plaza
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... well at SAIC how to defend my work. I have attached photos of most of the work I have done this semester since it is all I have to show for the last two weeks. They aren’t the best photos because most of them were taken with my iphone. I will try to attach descriptions to the photos too. But I think my work is progressing well. I am really starting to analyze the reason behind why I make the choices I make. Our final was presenting our work ...
... 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 ...
... t lit the Christmas tree yet, well they did on Saturday but I haven’t been since they did. Apparently it gets lit on St. Nicholas day, which is Dec 6th. All the kids get to open presents on Dec 6th and on Christmas. I’m very jealous. I wish we got presents twice. I need to go back and see the tree now that it is lit. I did have some mulled wine but also, not my favorite. I tried the traditional flavor but I need to try some of the other ...
... package (with my pillow and i am SO HAPPY) and it never got delivered to the dorms * according to the front desk ladies. BUT IT DID GET DELIVERED according to my online tracking number. I just said **** it (excuse my french) after asking them for a week and going to the post office with my tracking number and my questions translated and written down in polish which i handed to the lady with my id card and got my package. My friends here said it was a very american thing to do, ...
... any other Polish town. Turns out that Wroclaw, known as Breslau before WWII, was part of Germany and had been for a couple of hundred years. A couple months before the war ended and Germany knew they were to lose, the Germans fled Breslau for fear of being captured by the communists. 90,000 died in the process. After WWII the Soviets and the Allies divided up Poland. The Poles had no say in this process. The western border ...