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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....
... see what it looks like”. It's also one of the major theological institutes in Poland so there's nuns and priests a plenty. Nuns in Poland are funky fresh, ready to devote themselves to God and have a boogie on a Saturday afternoon with the youngins. We should note that there were priests also getting down to some German highlander music but they seemed less enthused than the nuns were.
Back to the City of Culture title. After doing ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
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 ...