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... 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 ...
... We are thought of as Polish citizens. Must be the sense of ease I project when I converse in Polish. -Mike
Don't let Mike fool you, the only thing he has said in Polish has been, "Do you speak English?" He gets a dead fish look when they nod "NO". Then we are in trouble. I do have to hand it to him, he is more likely to try! As for the food, yes I too have been pleasantly surprised. As for my family liking it, my Mom and sister-in-law Beth ...
... 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 ...
... scared for the dog a long this street. I said, "you should go home", and he sat down.
When sitting on the bike, to go back to the station, he followed me barking all the way.
Again at the shop, he sat beside me waiting and watching me the bike "parking".
When opening the shop door, he entered too, it was his home, at least now I understood his "dog language.
I asked the young girl behind the ...
... get to the Wroclaw zoo. This was probably one of the best places to do that since the boat cost $6 and the zoo $10. The boat ride was really nice and relaxing along the Oder river and I got to see a different part of Wroclaw without having to walk miles. The boat stopped right out front of the zoo so all the passengers hopped off, bought their zoo tickets and started exploring. The zoo is the oldest in Poland, founded in 1865 when Wroclaw was part ...