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... across the last day of a beer festival! The “Festival of Good Beer” was brimming with life and drunks that had spent the day sampling all the brews and indulging in the Barbecued meats. The fountain plays a show every hour until 10pm, and the night shows are spectacular. We’ve never seen such a brilliant light and sound display. The fountain itself cover an entire hectare - just imagine the sheer effort that must go into the technical ...
The Ostrow Tumsky (Cathedral Island)
The jewel in the crown of Wroclaw.
The area feels very medieval, and the architectural complex is well preserved. The beautiful buildings, cobble streets and a magnificently high cathedral make this place perfect for an afternoon light stroll.
The oldest part travels the visitor, (although it is hard to tell you ...
... most hotels in Poland. In July there was much light if you looked out of the window even at 3.30 at dawn so that was a problem. There was lack of sockets, but since I was staying for just one night I managed. The bed was comfortable enough, hard but this is how I prefer my bed to be.
I requested a kettle and went to the basement to see if I could have one. The lady was very helpful, did give me one and I appreciated her gesture. ...
When I woke up, I decided that because this place was so nice and quiet and my image of Berlin was busy and stressful, I was going to make a few changes and stay in Wroclaw one more night. I knew that it may cost a bit extra but with food prices so cheap, overall it should balance out. However, it was going to cost an extra $70 so I sadly accepted it wasn't going to happen. I had been chatting to Lauren about t who was leaving for Berlin today and she ...
Friday, 4th July 2014
*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 along the lane ...