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- Another place i cant pronounce! greetings from Wroclaw, a hilarious city in western Poland. Full of beautiful churches, dwarfs, and beautiful architecture. as we speak I am on my why to Krakow do do lots of fun things like visit auchwhitz! after my time in Krakow, I'm heading to Budapest, Vienna, and then back to Prague where I will fly back to the motherland on June 9, something I have mixed feelings about. last time I wrote was ...
... 25% of its buildings standing. The reconstruction during the 10-15 years from 1946 must have been on a mammoth scale and has left a city almost entirely renewed, albeit in the style of the former buildings rather than modern ones. A number of them were even reconstructed in a style from previous eras, where documentary evidence could be found. The old town and in particular the main square is very much a tourist magnet, but the town is also ...
... of work being done to the public spaces around
the town and adjacent to the canal that encircles it.
It is some time since I have had a shower. I am desperate for a long, hot shower
and a haircut! We find both wit, h a little help from the tourist office and by
the time we are sitting in the small pizza restaurant we chose on the square
drinking green beer (yes, green – we didn’t know what we were ordering and it
tasted like lager mixed ...
... strolled along the river and finally ended up having a long boozy lunch in the square. Amazingly after talking 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 ...
Compared to the camp in Lithuania, I have been finding myself making extremely individualized lessons for each of my classes since the ages are extremely varied and each class tends to be a little bit different. Although I changed my lessons for the each group slightly in Lithuania, it seemed necessary to do it more here in Poland because my age range was from 8-16 year olds. During the first day of camp, when each class went around and met each teacher for ten minutes, ...