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Took the 3+ hour bus trip from Krakow to Wroclaw. Was truly amazed by the beauty of the Market Square. Enjoyed a couple of days wandering around the city and absorbing the sites.
Now let's see if you can pronounce the city's name....
... and that is Wroclaw’s absolute reverence towards religion. People call Adelaide the city of Churches. These people have obviously not been to Wroclaw. There are churches everywhere, and not just small chapels, huge monuments to faith dotted all over the city. They are truly wonderful structures, each with specific architectural style: Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, and one of which must have just thought “**** it I’ll just throw it all ...
... one double and a single bed, a mini fridge, flat TV, a tiny working desk, bottled water and a small closet. What was missing was an air conditioning. I attempted to leave windows open that night, but there was much noise coming in from traffic. Instead there was a small fan which I was compelled to use the entire night.
Another negative were the curtains which could not totally block light from coming in and there were no blinds ...
... 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 ...
... the Russians , who stole a piece of Poland at the eastern side.
So far I have not seen a mountain, totally flat, which helps to ride longer distances.
The traffic is generally much lower, why it does not matter to have no special bikeways.
After passing a lonely petrol station, which I originally intended not to stop, a dog at the side of the road barked at me vehemently. It was to little to scare me, I ...