Hotel Orbis Wroclaw
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up or like it was some kind of law. A view also shared by the Polish. When I explained my lesbian tendencies she seemed reassured that was the reason I hadn't populated the earth with little Lotties. After a moment letting it sink in she reassured me that she wasn't homophobic, and that me saying I like girls is the same as me saying I don't like mushrooms to her, what a philosophy. We had the dorm to ourselves that night and the next day she'd done a full day of activities before I'd ...
... br> Then it was off to one of the coolest bars I've been in. I'm talking about the building here, but everything else was cool too. It was a Bohemian hangout, what with starving artists, gays, SMOKERS (gag, I thought it was banned inside, but I wasn't going to say anything), dancers, hipsters, revolutionaries and one ragtag American couple. And why not, Bohemia is just SW of here!
It was a Beaux Arts designed bar and was a museum ...
... to that has many of the most beloved Polish literature. There are still visible bomb shelters under the center square. We both managed to stay upright on our bikes, even though the bikes had both foot and hand brakes and both were very touchy. The weather was in the 70's and perfect for us and our busy schedule. After the bike tour, we circled back to some of tha areas that were pointed out to us on our tour. We went to the ...
... I realised we were at our stop! I charged up the tram to tell Sophie to get off, but just as I got to her the doors closed. I hit the button to open the door, more in hope than expectation, but the driver took pity on us and the doors opened! We crossed the road and hurried into the station, found the platform and boarded the train with just minutes to spare. A brilliant story to tell now, but at the time we were just minutes away from a very awkward phone call to our ...
... After a while we decided to dash back to the hostel to pick up the cards before going to the park - a rookie error to leave without them in the first place! We played cards all afternoon and chatted with a nearby Polish guy who informed us the in Poland everyone is very friendly and it's normal to talk to strangers. He certainly seemed very nice anyway but having met few other Polish people so far we'd have to take his word for it! Late in the afternoon we wondered ...