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... to about 30 people. At the end of presenting, we moved to the next person. I decided to ask for constructive criticism and opened it up to questions. I got asked many questions but the one that stuck out to me most was why my work was so organized and methodical. I had never really been asked that question. It originally all steamed from a book I was recommended by my favorite teacher at SAIC called The Grid Book, by Hannah B. Higgins. It is when ...
... sick all the next morning on the bus to wroclaw. We arrived in wroclaw and had KFC for lunch as it was beside the hostel and we had to wait half an hour for our room to be ready. After checkin in we walked the city- wroclaw has some funky street art like the "missing pedestrian" a group of people who look like they are ...
... sup>th, Berlin 28th-Jan 3rd. I am so excited to finally get some traveling done for Christmas Break. New Years will be spent in Berlin and is also Noelle’s birthday, so she is going to have her 25th quarter life crisis with me. I can’t wait. I will take notes while I am traveling so I can fill you in on all the adventures Noelle and I have. I believe she is heading home after and I am really afraid I am going to be sad I will not ...
... for Poland and Breslau, now named Wroclaw, became part of Poland, but the eastern part of Poland was handed over to the Soviets. The citizens in the eastern part of Poland were transplanted to the west and placed in the houses abandoned by the fleeing Germans as well as placed in Wroclaw. So, unlike Poznan, Wroclaw and it's people have little history of being Polish from that part of the country. Our tour lasted 4 hours, but went ...
*Today's drive is 350 km from Berlin to Wroclaw. Another motorway blast. We drive through what was previously DDR territory. It's going to be a sizzling day, 30 degrees is forecast.
*We cross into Poland some 100 km later, & the motorway surface immediately deteriorates to ruts and tarmac patches - a bit like local roads at home. Grass grows long the lane lines since the surface has cracked. And so ...