Hotel Orbis Wroclaw
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
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... have for breakfast.
So why does this matter? How is this relevant? Well hold tight…
I bet you can sense a story brewing here somewhere….
So, after Prague, we randomly chose a city in Poland to explore. Wroclaw, Poland to be exact. We had, of course, never been there and thought we would check it out. Our three bedroom apartment was booked from Sunday night to the following Saturday.
The drive from Prague to Wroclaw was ...
... rule, as a symbol of protest they dressed up as gnomes with brightly coloured hats and clothes. The statues are to remind the people of that time. We then went on the bus to the Old Town where we saw the Lovers Bridge. This area is also filled with churches. We went to the Cathedral of St John the Baptist and looked inside, it was bombed during WWII and was restored after the war. The spires were also demolished during the ...
... banana grams, and duple, which reminded me how much I love Israel. On every trip I have taken to Israel (5 times) I say I should move to Israel. Then, I get yelled at by a stranger, realize how expensive living there is, or remember the whole constantly at war with neighbors that don't want you to exist thing. So for now I will just stick with visiting! from there I said goodbye to everyone ( sadly missing the arrival of bunbun, my ...
... uses his art to make that culture as real as possible. Its hard to explain but he is a super weirdly bizarre and cool man. We had two large lectures from him and then our small program had a personal mentoring session with him. I will attached photos that were taken of all of it. Honestly it was so nice being around someone from the united states. And he knew two of my teachers well, Danny Miller and Shaurya Kumar from SAIC. I haven't met anyone from the US so it just makes me ...
"<b>Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will" </b> We finally arrived in Wroclaw a little later than planned after a fairly eventful border crossing. Not sure if the fact that we can't understand Polish made it more or less dramatic but the passport control officers were very interested in one family and even offloaded their bags! They studied everyone passports very closely though, they were checked by three different people and one even got out ...