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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We started the day with a big Europeon breakfast with eggs made-to-order. Strong coffee regardless how much milk or sugar I would put in it! We met our private guide for our 4 hour bike tour. It was good that Wroclaw is flat, but very busy with more bikers, cars, trams, and pedestrians to watch out for. Our tour guide commented on Mike's last name, indicating it was a major shoe manufacturer in Poland and a very popular name. For ...
This morning we said goodbye to Poznan. After breakfast we took off on a 2 1/2 hour train ride to Wroclaw. The weather today was really sunny and really hot. Dragging our suit cases to the Poznan Glowny and from the Wroclaw Glowny over the cobbled stone sidewalks to our hotel, The Granary-La Suite, left us a bit exhausted and extremely hungry. We got in at around 3:00 and, after dropping off our luggage, we ventured into walled Stare Miasto to find ...
A late start saw us head for the religious centre of Wroclaw . More churches, monasteries and religious persons per square metre than just about anywhere in the world. All this on an island on the river Oder . With the weather being perfect, we decided to have a leisurely trip up the river and have some lay back time. After chatting with some Polish people from Canada, we were approached by an Australian couple (from Sale in Victoria) who recognised our accents. Got on really well and ...
Crossed the border to Poland yesterday, on a nice warm day.
As always, changing from one to another country brings changes to get used to.
It starts with some different letters in their alphabet , and the difficult pronouncing.
Well all this, I was going to find out, and will in the coming few days.
The destination I aimed to reach was Wraclaw, a 200 km ride, stage Nr. 10, which I reached tired but ...
... July then.. haha).
We had a look around shops, Bruce bought a jacket as he forgot to bring one (still in cupboard in Fife, not really clever! Have I mentioned he's strange...tee hee). Everything is getting expensive here now and I don't know how the people survive as the wages have not increased, groceries, clothes and fuel costs are comparible to the UK, however the essentials (as Bruce calls them) such as beer, vodka, tobacco and public transort are ...