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Wroclaw (pronounced Rotswaf), is the largest city in western Poland. It is situated on the River Odra (Oder). At various times in history, it has been part of the Kingdom of Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, and Germany. It became part of Poland in 1945, as a result of the border changes after the Second World War.
The Market Square, Wrocław is ...
... talking. He smelled terrible, his teeth were rotted out and he kept stepping closer. When Wade repeated “no”, the weird affect guy turned his attention to me, his eyes darting from Quinn to me, asking me something (I think) over and over. Each time stepping closer to me.
My “get ready to run” antenna was way up now…(yeah, in the whole fight or flight thing…I am a certified fleeing expert).
We stepped away a few times, ...
... difficult imagining how they fitted 700 people into such a small space. In the basement we saw the cells that were only big enough for the person to stand up in and they had to crawl into the space from a small hole at ground level. We saw the execution wall and where they Nazis tied the prisoners to the posts to stand for hours at a time. When they were released they were often physically unable to work, so they were ...
... 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 ...
... Larochette because we use it in Bryn's baths. I haven't tried to find it in Poland. The yeast recipe did call for cornstarch, 3 eggs, and warmed milk. I can get the eggs and the yeast. I haven't tried to find cornstarch, but I also haven't seen it in passing at any of the stores we've shopped at. Warming the milk was another matter. I don't have anything with which to measure baking temperatures, and I'm working with an old gas stove that doesn't allow for many ...